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.
Bill On Civil Damages Over Child Sex Abuse ReturnsA measure to end the statute of limitations for civil claims related to child sexual abuse is back before Maryland lawmakers.
Maryland Senate Introduces Measure To Fund Initiative For National Service ProgramsThe measure would require the governor to put $150,000 in a fund each year to help cover expenses incurred by participants in national service programs.
Maryland Unveils Statues Of Tubman, Douglass In CapitolThe statues of abolitionists Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass will be unveiled Monday night in the Old House Chamber.
Maryland Lawmakers Introduce Measure Calling For HBCU Lawsuit SettlementThe bill creates a special fund for four historically black colleges and universities.
Maryland Lawmakers Override 5 Vetoes By Gov. HoganThe Maryland General Assembly, which is controlled by Democrats, held off on trying to override the Republican governor's vetoes on three other measures. It takes a three-fifths vote by each chamber to override a veto.
Gov. Hogan Fills Two Vacant Seats For Baltimore County In General AssemblyDelegate Shelly L. Hettleman and Sheila S. Ruth will join the General Assembly.
Maryland County Executives Support School Construction BillTop local officials in Maryland's most populated counties gathered Thursday to support a measure to steer significantly more money to school construction in the state.
Report On Sexual Harassment Complaints Against Maryland Lawmakers Set To Be ReleasedThe report is set to be released at a meeting of the Legislative Policy Committee on Friday.
NAACP, ACLU Argue Against State Request For School Funding Case To Be Thrown OutFew areas of concern are generating more attention and more debate in Maryland than the cost of public education.
Poll Suggests Most Marylanders Support Legalizing Marijuana, Upping Minimum WageFrom legalizing marijuana to upping the minimum wage, a new Goucher poll reveals where Marylanders fall on a variety of progressive issues across the state.