The commission also will undergo structural changes starting at the end of September. Under a bill passed in 2018 by the state legislature, the terms of all 16 commissioners expire Sept. 30, and the total number who may serve will be reduced to 13. Gov. Larry Hogan may reappoint current members. Some professional roles on the commission also will be reduced, including representatives of the Office of the Comptroller, law enforcement and the University of Maryland Extension service, the commission said in a news release.