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 Senate Expands On School Safety BillThe Maryland Senate has expanded a measure to improve school safety by requiring a school resource officer or otherwise adequate law enforcement coverage at all public schools by the start of next school year.
Maryland Senate Approves School Construction Funding ChangesThe Maryland Senate has approved a measure to change how school-construction funding decisions are made.
Maryland Senate Advances Amazon Headquarters BillAn incentive package of more than $5 billion to try to lure Amazon's second headquarters to Maryland has moved closer to passage in the Senate.
Automatic Voter Registration Bill Clears Maryland SenateThe Maryland Senate has passed a bill that would create automatic voter registration for people who are eligible and agree to be registered.
Bill On Past Sexual Assault Evidence OK'd By Maryland SenateA measure to allow judges to admit evidence of similar sex offenses in some cases against a suspect accused of rape has been passed by the Maryland Senate.
Maryland Senate Passes Response To Federal Tax OverhaulA measure to increase standard tax deductions in Maryland passed the Senate on Wednesday as part of the state's response to the federal tax overhaul.
Maryland Senate Passes Crime Bill Combining MeasuresA measure with a variety of crime-fighting initiatives has been approved by the Maryland Senate.
Md. State Sen. H. Wayne Norman Jr. Dies At 62Maryland state Sen. H. Wayne Norman Jr., who represented Harford and Cecil counties, died Sunday. He was 62.
Legislation On Military Parades, Exhibitions Is IntroducedMaryland Sen. Ben Cardin has introduced a bill that would prevent the allocation of federal funds toward any kind of military parade or exhibition in the nation's capital.
Maryland Senate OKs Bill To Keep Personal Tax ExemptionsThe Maryland Senate has passed a bill so Marylanders can keep taking state personal exemptions on their tax returns.
Businessman Plans Run As An Independent For Maryland SenateA Rockville-based businessman is announcing his plans to run for U.S. Senate in Maryland as an independent.