A Look At Bills Approved By The Maryland General AssemblyHere's a look at some of the legislation lawmakers have approved the 90-day legislative session that ends Monday at midnight.
Measure To Create Commission To Investigate Corrupt Baltimore Police Unit PassesMaryland lawmakers passed legislation to investigate a corrupt Baltimore police unit Monday, the last day of the 2018 General Assembly.
Md. Lawmakers Vote To Require Insurance Companies To Cover Fertility Protection For Cancer PatientsMaryland lawmakers have voted to require insurance companies to cover fertility protection for cancer patients.
Bill: Students Could Use Sunscreen Without Doctor's NoteA measure allowing Maryland students to use sunscreen without a doctor's note is advancing in the General Assembly.
Maryland Lawmakers Outline Response To Federal Tax OverhaulMaryland's legislative leaders say President Donald Trump's big tax cut bill spells trouble for state taxpayers, and they're working on a fix.
Bills Head To Governor's Desk, Following General Assembly SessionThis year’s 90-day session of the Maryland General Assembly has officially concluded.
A Look At The Bills Passed By Maryland General AssemblyMaryland's 90-day legislative session is coming to an end. Here is a look at some of the legislation that already has passed.
New Task Force Focused On Finding Solutions To Domestic ViolenceMaryland lawmakers will take another look at the state's domestic violence laws when the General Assembly convenes next month.
Bill To Restore Ex-Offender Voting Rights On Gov. Hogan's DeskWest Baltimore, the center of recent unrest, is also home to large numbers of ex-offenders who want the governor to sign a bill restoring the right to vote immediately after release.
Lawmakers And Educators Butt Heads With Gov. HoganThis may be the biggest policy disagreement between the governor and the General Assembly this year.
Lawmakers, Governor Reflect On Session & Which Bills Made The CutA new budget deal for Maryland provokes some controversy. Powerful political leaders engage in a battle of wills over cuts made by the governor. And the battle does not appear to be over.