Baltimore City State's Attorney Pushes For Marijuana Decriminalization Before House SubcommitteeMosby said she wants to see marijuana decriminalized and removed as a controlled substance -- essentially making it legal -- and then leave it up to states to decide how to regulate it.
Marylanders Weigh In As Multiple Gun-Related Bills Hit The House Committee This SessionSecond Amendment supporters were out in force, with their big concern being a bill requiring background checks and permits to buy shotguns and long guns.
Conyers Gives Up Judiciary Post Amid Sex Harassment ProbeEven while fiercely denying allegations of sexual harassment, Michigan Rep. John Conyers is giving up his leadership position as top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee.
Sessions Facing Congress Amid New Russia Probe DetailsAttorney General Jeff Sessions returns to Capitol Hill on Tuesday amid growing evidence of contacts between Russians and associates of President Donald Trump.
House Committee Votes To Slow Down Bail ReformsA House committee wants to delay the Senate's plan to rework Maryland's bail hearing process, and reevaluate that plan after studying it for three years.
House Committee To Consider Marijuana BillA House committee is preparing to take up a bill that would eliminate criminal charges for possessing small amounts of marijuana.
Maryland Second Chance Act To Get HearingA Maryland measure that would close some nonviolent criminal misdemeanor records from public access after a three- to five-year waiting period is scheduled for hearings.
Lawmakers Consider Bills On Cell Phones In Prison Maryland lawmakers pushed for several measures to help cut down on contraband and fight corruption in correctional facilities on Tuesday, but some lawmakers questioned whether stiffer penalties for bringing in and receiving contraband cell phones went too far.
House Of Delegates Committee Debates Gay MarriageThe showdown over a same-sex marriage law is heightening in Annapolis. A key House of Delegates committee is hearing testimony on the bill that passed the Senate.