Pay A Nickel, Get A Nickel: New Bill Will Pay Marylanders To RecycleMaking money off that empty beer can or soda bottle. That’s the incentive backers of a nickel deposit bill hope will pay off in a new state law and a cleaner Maryland.
Amended Online Disclosure Bill Passes LegislatureState Sen. Jamie Raskin says while his bill to put public officials' ethical disclosure forms online was amended in the House of Delegates, the proposal still retains its core elements.
Md. Lobbyists, Lawmakers Privately Craft Laws Maryland lawmakers will invite wine lovers who want their favorite vintages shipped to their homes to make their case Friday at a state Senate committee hearing. But to influence the bill to allow such shipments, connoisseurs would have done better to attend a pair of undisclosed "stakeholder meetings" weeks ago.
Key Lawmaker Wants To Study Md. Septic Ban IdeaA measure banning septic systems for new, major subdivisions in Maryland should be delayed for further study, because lawmakers from both parties are worried about its economic impact, a key lawmaker recommended to Gov. Martin O'Malley.