Hunting deer with a rifle in Frederick County could possibly become a reality. That's just one of the bills in the county's legislative package.
"There will certainly be an issue with raffles to help non-profits raise some money to increase the amount they're allowed to do there," says Sen. David Brinkley, (R) Frederick County. "We're going to deal with the forecast resource ordinance, specifically when it comes to school construction, allowing there to be an exemption on that."
Another bill would except the county from having to pay money to runoff into the Chesapeake Bay.
"The storm water management legislation that was passed last year has a tremendous price tag to Frederick County, in excess of $650 million by the latest estimates, which I think is totally unreasonable for the taxpayers to shelter," says Sen. Brinkley.
Many Frederick County residents received a $100 rebate check last year. That was for people who owned their homes, but a bill would expand that to all properties in the county.
Senator Ron Young is sponsoring an emergency bill on both the county and state level, banning spice or synthetic marijuana.
"A lot of chemicals that are used in synthetic marijuana than the real thing is. It can cause brain damage and death," says Sen. Young (D) Frederick County.
Also in the legislative package, a bill requiring county voters to show ID during the 2013 elections. However, not all of the delegation likes this idea.
"The voter ID bill is not going to happen. We don't even have a program in this state or in the country. it really doesn't make a lot of sense," says Sen. Young.
The Frederick County Delegation will have its first meeting in Annapolis on January 11, where they're expected to begin weeding through the package and give some bills the "red light".
For more information and to see the entire legislative package click here.