Maryland General Assembly
Maryland already has an official state desert. A state sandwich could be next.
The Maryland General Assembly’s counsel says Delegate Tiffany Alston’s conviction for paying a law firm employee with state money permanently removes her from her term.
hat started as the Doleman family’s personal collection of artifacts in 1972 has grown into an untold story of African-American history and culture in Hagerstown and Washington County.
Maryland’s new income tax rates will soon take effect. Governor Martin O’Malley signed it and other bills designed to avoid the so-called doomsday cuts that caused him to call the General Assembly into special session last week.
Maryland’s legislative leadership has announced a possible date for a special session to consider the expansion of gambling.
Animal lovers converged on Annapolis to try to influence a legislature trying to solve a budget problem.
There is growing anger over Maryland’s high court ruling after a pit bull attack. An organization that promotes animal rights legislation is asking the governor to pass new legislation during the General Assembly’s special session next week.
Faith leaders want the Maryland legislature to restore budget cuts that came with the so-called doomsday budget passed by the General Assembly earlier this month.
Taxes and gaming. Governor Martin O’Malley appears to be lining up not one but two special sessions in coming weeks. One for taxes, and the other for expanded gambling.
Under the ax. Millions of dollars in state budget cuts take effect July 1 unless the General Assembly agrees on a plan to raise taxes.
Millions of dollars are on the chopping block. Critical funding for Maryland’s public schools and police departments is at risk if the state can’t work through its budget mess.
The Maryland Legislature has passed a controversial bill that limits where new septic systems can be installed.