A reworked bill to control septic systems in Maryland hasn’t calmed concerns about state control of local land use, officials with two key stakeholder groups said.
Maryland state senators sought to contrast their cooperative spirit with Washington’s partisan gridlock on Thursday by outlining bipartisan support for measures to help protect family farms, boost social studies in schools, extend scholarships for veterans and protect children from identity theft.
Maryland First Lady Katie O’Malley isn’t mincing any words when it comes to describing why she thinks gay marriage legislation failed last year.
House Speaker Michael Busch says lawmakers will discuss options for trying to increase jobs in Maryland during next week’s special session on congressional redistricting, but legislation aimed at spurring job growth won’t be taken on until the regular 90-day session in January.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says he’s still considering the possibility of pushing for legislation to help spur job growth in this month’s special session on congressional redistricting.
Senate Democrats are unveiling legislation that provides $6 billion in new disaster aid to help victims of Hurricane Irene and those from disasters dating to Hurricane Katrina.
Maryland Rep. Ruppersberger is introducing legislation to ensure money donated by citizens to chip away at the federal deficit is actually used for that purpose.
Governor Martin O’Malley takes the lead on a campaign to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says he will be very supportive of a new gay marriage bill in Maryland with a focus on protecting religious freedom similar to legislation that was approved in New York.
A new law goes on the books that could cut into your entertainment dollars. Governor Martin O’Malley signed an alcohol tax increase that applies to all adult beverages.
Maryland would impose more than $70 million in fee increases for things like car titles and filing land records, and state employees would have to pay 2 percent more of their salaries to help preserve the state’s defined benefit pension plan under budget legislation passed Tuesday night by the state Senate.
The end of an era is coming to Maryland. Soon, the delivery of the White Pages telephone directories will stop.