Maryland House Approves Stronger Sexual Harassment PoliciesThe Maryland House of Delegates voted unanimously Monday to strengthen the General Assembly's policies on sexual harassment.
Maryland Legislative Session Reaches Milestone Crossover DayMonday marked crossover day for the Maryland General Assembly -- a deadline set by lawmakers for passing bills either the House or Senate wants the other chamber to consider.
'Red Flag' Law To Seize Guns Moving Through Md. General AssemblyA proposed “red flag" law in Maryland would allow family members or friends to have authorities temporarily seize guns from a person who they believe poses a threat to themselves or others.
Md. Lawmakers Push Bill To Regulate Prescription Drugs PricesSeveral Maryland lawmakers are proposing to rein in the cost of prescription drugs.
New Director Named For Department of Legislative ServicesAn aide to Maryland's Senate president has been named the head of the Maryland Department of Legislative Services.
Md. Lawmakers Update Policy On Sexual HarassmentWhen the Maryland General Assembly convenes in January, there will be new guidelines in effect to address reports of sexual harassment.
Md. Gen. Assembly All-Male Panel Made Decision On Rape LegislationIn a decision made by an all-male committee, Md. Gen Assembly did not pass legislation that would allow rape victims to terminate the parental rights of their rapist.
Md. Bill Involves Domestic Abusers Wearing GPS TrackersA law passed by the Maryland's General Assembly this week authorizes the use of GPS tracking devices for abusers.
Gov. Hogan Calling This His Best Session EverLawmakers played "beat the clock" on hundreds of bills before the session ended at midnight.
Maryland Lawmakers Vote To Limit School TestingThe Maryland General Assembly has approved limits on school testing.
Maryland Lawmakers Weigh 'Right to Try' BillMaryland lawmakers may open a way for terminally ill patients to try new drugs outside of clinical trials.
Bill May Ban Foam To-Go Food Containers in MarylandAll expanded polystyrene products used for packaging food products, including foam carriers, could be banned from all Maryland food businesses if pending legislation is passed in the General Assembly this session.