The Legislature shall consist of two distinct branches; a Senate, and a House of Delegates, and shall be styled the General Assembly of Maryland. The current version of this provision is nearly identical to the first article in the Maryland Constitution of 1776 with only minor stylistic updates. This provision creates a bicameral legislature composed of two houses—the upper house, which is known as the Senate, and the lower house, which is called the House of Delegates—together known as the General Assembly of Maryland. This provision does not describe the powers...
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