Maryland Legislature Passes Women's Rights BillsFueled in part by the #MeToo movement, lawmakers in the Maryland General Assembly passed several bills related to women's rights in this session.
Hogan Signs Bills On Health Care, School SafetyGov. Larry Hogan has signed legislation to stabilize health insurance rates in the Maryland Health Care Exchange's troubled individual market.
Maryland Lawmakers Work On School Safety, Crime, On Last DayA measure to improve school safety cleared the Maryland General Assembly on Monday, less than a month after a shooting at a high school in the state left two students dead.
Maryland Senate Passes Sexual Harassment Complaints BillThe Maryland Senate unanimously passed a measure Friday that would change how the General Assembly handles sexual harassment complaints.
Maryland Lawmakers Send Bills To Governor To Meet DeadlineThe Maryland General Assembly has sent about a dozen bills to Gov. Larry Hogan, so lawmakers will have a chance to override vetoes before adjourning next month.
Baltimore Sen. Nathaniel Oaks Resigns From Md. General AssemblyBaltimore Sen. Nathaniel Oaks, who is facing trials on federal corruption and obstruction of justice charges, will resign from the Maryland General Assembly.
Schools, Crime Are Top Issues For Maryland GovernorSchools and crime are two top issues for Marylanders and Gov. Larry Hogan says the issues remain to be resolved in the final days of the session.
Maryland General Assembly Gives Final Approval To BudgetThe Maryland General Assembly has given final approval to the state's $44.5 billion budget.
Maryland Legislature Approves Bill Giving Organ Donors Tax BreaksThe General Assembly has passed a bill that would give a tax break to people who donate all or a portion of an organ.
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.

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