Hogan Signs Maryland Public Safety Bills And Tax Credit For JobsMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed measures into law Thursday aimed at increasing public safety, jobs, environmental stewardship and mental health resources.
Maryland Lawmakers Pass Bill To Expand Access To AbortionThe Senate gave the measure final passage on a 28-15 vote.
Maryland Budget Eyes $800M For Future Education Plan CostsIn a year of extraordinary budget surpluses, Maryland lawmakers are planning to set aside $800 million to cover future costs of the state's sweeping education reform law known as the Blueprint for Maryland's Future.
Developers Object To Maryland Climate Change Legislation’s CostsRepresentatives for the commercial real estate industry argue the new standards would be too costly for developers and that the changes are unrealistic to be accomplished on the timeline lawmakers have set.
Hogan Submits Supplemental Budget Aimed At Supporting First Responders, HomeownersGov. Larry Hogan has submitted a $480 million supplemental budget to the General Assembly aimed and providing economic support to Maryland’s first responders, renters, homeowners, and economic development in rural Maryland.
Maryland Lawmakers OK New Map For 188 General Assembly SeatsIn Maryland, where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1, critics of the redistricting process have long criticized the state's map for egregious gerrymandering — in which politicians draw district lines to favor one party.
Bill Would Provide Paid Family And Medical Leave In MarylandAdvocates and lawmakers voiced their support Thursday for the "Time to Care Act," which establishes paid family and medical leave for Maryland workers.
Maryland Lawmakers Override Immigrant Detention Bill Veto
Maryland Lawmakers Schedule Hearing To Ratify School Mask MandateThe Maryland General Assembly on Friday announced plans to take up the state school board's proposed mask mandate for public schools.
Time To Care Act Would Establish Family, Medical Leave Insurance Program In MarylandValderrama is joining Sen. Antonio Hayes (D-Baltimore City) to sponsor the "Time to Care Act" which establishes a family and medical leave insurance program that employees may take up to 12 weeks of paid leave in Maryland.
'Working As Quickly As Possible' | Maryland House Passes Budget, Works Toward Early AdjournmentMaryland lawmakers will be working to put finishing touches on priority legislation before an early adjournment due to coronavirus.
Maryland Bill To Expand Sales Tax To Services Draws Crowds To AnnapolisA measure to expand the sales tax to cover most professional services in Maryland is scheduled for a hearing before state lawmakers.
Exonorees Lobby In Favor Of Bill To Compensate Wrongly ImprisonedIt would provide $78,916 for each year a wrongly convicted person spent in prison.
Maryland Lawmakers Consider Nearly $400M Plan To Revitalize Pimlico, Keep Preakness In BaltimoreMaryland lawmakers are considering a bill that would revitalize the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore in a bid to keep the Preakness Stakes in the city.
Lawmakers Discuss Maryland Family Leave BillThe measure would provide workers with partial wage replacement for up to 12 weeks away from work to care for a new child or an ill family member.