(1) Monitor trends in the provision of care to Marylanders with life-limiting illnesses;
(2) Study the impact of State statutes, regulations, policies, and other aspects of
public policy on the provision of care at the end of life;
(3) Provide recommendations to the Office of the Attorney General, the Department,
the Department of Aging, and other agencies of State government with respect to their
activities affecting the provision of care at the end of life;
(4) Advise the General Assembly on legislative proposals affecting the provision of
care at the end of life;
(5) Participate in or otherwise promote public and professional educational efforts
concerning care at the end of life; and
(6) Carry out other duties as may be requested by the Governor or the General Assembly.
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