Md. lawmakers working double time to make sure bills pass

Today was Crossover Day, where House and Senate swap bills

ANNAPOLIS, Md. - There is less than a month left in the Maryland General Assembly, and lawmakers are working double time to make sure bills have a chance to be passed. 
Today is known as Crossover Day, where a House bill must be presented to the Senate and a Senate bill to the House, or it will have a slim chance to pass this year. 
The Washington County delegation said all local bills have made the crossover date. However, the Frederick County delegation said the bill would have established a beer and wine license to Frederick County barbershops, did not make it in time. 
Legislators still have a session that will convene this evening. 
The last day of the 2017 session is April 10. 

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