Maryland Lawmakers Override Governor's Paid Sick Leave VetoMaryland businesses with 15 or more employees will be required to provide up to five days of earned paid sick leave.
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.
Maryland Senate Votes to Oppose Cuts to Chesapeake BayThe Maryland Senate has passed a resolution expressing opposition to federal budget cuts to the Chesapeake Bay Program.
Maryland Senate OKs Bill to Revive Bail SystemThe Maryland Senate has passed a measure to revive the role of cash bail in Maryland after the state's highest court approved a rule change that lessened its significance for pre-trial release of people who get arrested.
Maryland Senate OKs Metro Safety BillMaryland Senate has approved a measure for a Metro safety program, after the federal government threatened to withhold millions of dollars.
Worried About Trump, Md. Senate Votes to Expand AG's Powers The Maryland Senate has approved a resolution to empower the attorney general to sue the federal government without the governor's permission, because supporters are concerned about actions taken by President Donald Trump.
Maryland Senate Delays Renewable Energy Veto Override VoteThe Maryland Senate has postponed a vote to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of a measure to boost the state's renewable energy standards.
Senate: No Pause In Support For Bill To Halt FrackingMaryland Senators are supporting a bill that would put a two year stop to any fracking in the state.
Governor's Charter School Gets Passing Grade In SenateThe Maryland Senate is giving good marks to Gov. Larry Hogan's charter school bill.
Md. Senate Passes 3 Bills Aimed At Helping BusinessThe Maryland Senate has passed three measures aimed at improving the state's business climate.
Md. Senate Votes Unanimously For $40B BudgetThe Maryland Senate has voted unanimously for the state's $40 billion budget.
Senate Approves Update To State Public Information Law The Maryland Senate is supporting an update to the state's 45-year-old public information act.