A bill to decriminalize drug paraphernalia is headed back to the House chamber after getting support from the Senate.
A Maryland bill that would put prison sentences of life without parole in the hands of judges needs more time for consideration, lawmakers said.
A measure to require paid sick leave in Maryland is not moving forward in the Legislature this year.
Lawmakers say a controversial bill that would give certain terminally ill people the ability to end their lives with a prescription drug needs more study.
A Senate environmental committee is supporting watered down legislation aimed at limiting fracking in Maryland.
The death of a Frederick County man with Down Syndrome may be destined to change the way law enforcement handles encounters with the developmentally disabled.
A bill that would hold heroin dealers responsible in the case of a fatal overdose is returning to the committee level.
Members of the Maryland House of Delegates have passed a bill they voted down late last week.
A bill to repeal mandatory minimum prison sentences for certain drug-related charges has cleared the Maryland House of Delegates.
Charter schools would have more flexibility when it comes to management and families would have more opportunities for education under a bill being considered in the Maryland Senate.
New federal grants will help 10 states test programs to help food stamp recipients find jobs, from using career coaches to quicker training courses to mental health assistance.
A bill to hold fracking companies more responsible for damages they cause remained intact after senators defeated an amendment Thursday that would have removed words describing the natural gas extraction process as “ultrahazardous and abnormally dangerous.”