Lawmakers fail to agree on a bill that would protect pit bulls from being labeled inherently dangerous dogs.
The Senate gave unanimous preliminary approval to the bill to provide medical marijuana to qualified patients.
Cyberbullies in Maryland will soon face tougher punishment after lawmakers in Annapolis unanimously passed Grace’s Law.
The Maryland General Assembly is poised for another landmark decision this session, giving patients access to marijuana.
The Maryland Senate has voted to extend a state law that allows police to take DNA samples from arrestees for certain violent crimes.
While Maryland lawmakers will have plenty to do in the last week of the state’s legislative session, most of the high-profile measures backed by Gov. Martin O’Malley already have been approved by the General Assembly.
The Maryland Senate has approved a major Baltimore schools funding plan.
A Senate panel has approved a gas tax measure without making any changes of its own to the plan.
Maryland’s Senate has passed a bill that phases out paper mill waste as a preferred alternative energy source.
The Maryland Senate has voted to send a measure aiming to address rental housing discrimination back to committee, likely ending its chances of passing this year.
Maryland’s Senate president says he believes a medical marijuana measure passed by the House of Delegates will move favorably in the Senate.
There’s progress for advocates of medical marijuana. The House of Delegates voted overwhelmingly to establish a system that allows medical centers to dispense marijuana for those who suffer from qualifying illnesses.