Local Breweries Concerned By New House Legislation Affecting Taproom HoursLocal brewers say they were blindsided by the House of Delegates this weekend. Lawmakers raised their limit on sales, but reduced the hours their taprooms can operate.
Veteran Democratic Campaign Operative Becomes Md. DelegateGov. Larry Hogan has appointed a veteran Democratic campaign operative to a vacant seat in the House of Delegates.
Maryland Delegate Resigns From House Of DelegatesA Maryland state delegate resigned less than an hour before the 2017 General Assembly convened its session Wednesday.
Md. Lawmaker Charged with Indecent ExposureA Maryland lawmaker has been charged with indecent exposure and trespassing.
Maryland Lawmakers Meet For Weekend SessionMaryland lawmakers will be in session this weekend as the Legislature nears its scheduled adjournment.
Md. Lawmakers OK Fracking Ban Until Late 2017The Maryland General Assembly has passed a measure to prohibit fracking permits in the state until October 2017.
Md. Democrats And Republicans Continue Budget BrinksmanshipMaryland Democrats and Republicans remained mired in political gamesmanship Friday, with the GOP criticizing Democrats for not acting on Gov. Larry Hogan's revised budget plans and Democrats saying the Republican governor's plans undermine bipartisan budget legislation already approved by the Legislature.
Md. General Assembly Approves Bill To Help Prevent FraudThe Maryland General Assembly has approved a measure aimed at stopping fraud and abuse in state and local government
Maryland Lawmakers Pass Sales Tax Bill For Travel WebsitesThe Maryland General Assembly has passed a bill to make third-party travel websites pay all of the state's sales tax, because supporters say they currently are able to avoid paying the full amount.
Gov. Hogan Announces 3 Appointments To House Of DelegatesGov. Larry Hogan has announced three appointments to the Maryland House of Delegates.
Senate OKs Requiring Polygraph For New Correctional OfficersThe Maryland Senate has voted unanimously to require incoming correctional officers to pass a polygraph exam.
Comptroller Calls For Reforms To State Procurement ProcessComptroller Peter Franchot said Monday he plans to call for a series of reforms to how Maryland officials handle contracts with companies that do work for the state.
O'Malley Appoints Delegate To JudgeshipA Maryland state lawmaker has been appointed to be a judge in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court.
Public Debate Continues Over The Marijuana Decriminalization BillMajor changes to Maryland’s marijuana laws. This weekend, decriminalization passed the House of Delegates.
Md. Senate Panel Changes Minimum Wage BillA Maryland Senate panel has made some substantial changes to a measure to raise the state's minimum wage.