Here’s a look at some measures already approved by the Maryland General Assembly, which adjourns at midnight Monday.
Sen. Christopher Shank says government agencies can learn a great deal about people by just tracking their movements via cellphones and license plates, so Maryland needs stricter protections to keep pace with new surveillance technology.
A Harford County couple lost their daughter to a car crash caused by a truck driver who was texting, it soon spurred them to seek changes in our laws.
Drivers, listen up. New traffic laws take effect on Tuesday with the goal of making Maryland roads safer.
New data from aviation officials indicates more pilots are reporting seeing bright laser beams while flying.
State lawmakers aren’t only debating making marijuana available for medical reasons. Now they’re looking at lowering the penalties for getting high.
Maryland lawmakers want to enable police to pull someone over if they are talking on a handheld cell phone while driving.
A nonprofit research group wants Maryland lawmakers to give the state’s environmental laws more teeth.
Don’t take talking and texting rules too lightly. As data continues to stream in about the dangers of hand-held cell phone distraction, state legislators—and highway patrols—are getting tough.