Group Brings Giant Inflatable Joint To Maryland State House As Part Of Push To Legalize Marijuana UseA group rallied outside the Maryland State House Thursday urging lawmakers to legalize marijuana use in the state.
Maryland Republicans Lay Out Concerns Over House Police Reform EffortsThe debate over police reform continues in Annapolis this week, as lawmakers consider bills on transparency and accountability.
Maryland Considering Bill To Allow Beer, Wine In Grocery StoresMaryland lawmakers are considering legislation that would allow grocery stores in the state to sell beer and wine.
Bill Would Allow Maryland Students To Enroll In Tuition-Free, Public Virtual SchoolAs some Maryland students begin to head back to the classroom nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic began, some state lawmakers have introduced legislation that would give students the option to take part in a full-time online public school program.
Maryland State Senators Get Negative COVID-19 Test ResultsFollow-up tests for the coronavirus have turned out negative after several Maryland state senators missed a day of session as a precaution, Senate President Bill Ferguson said Wednesday.
6 Maryland State Senators Miss Tuesday Morning Floor Session After Getting Positive Rapid COVID-19 Test Results"Several" positive rapid COVID-19 tests were reported at the Maryland State House campus in Annapolis Tuesday, Senate President Bill Ferguson said at the beginning of the morning's Senate session.
Maryland General Assembly Passes $1B Pandemic Relief MeasureThe Maryland General Assembly passed a pandemic relief measure on Friday that will deliver more than $1 billion in tax relief and economic stimulus for low-income families and small businesses.
Maryland Lawmakers Overturn Hogan's Veto On Kirwan Education Plan, Move Ahead With First Tax On Internet AdsMaryland lawmakers are moving forward with a first-in-the-nation tax on internet ads for big tech companies like Facebook and Google to help pay for a comprehensive and costly measure to improve K-12 education.
Maryland Senate Passes $577M Settlement For HBCU LawsuitThe Maryland Senate unanimously passed a measure on Friday for a $577 million settlement to a long-running lawsuit involving the state’s four historically Black colleges.
Maryland Senate To Add $520M To Gov. Larry Hogan's COVID-19 Relief MeasureThe Maryland Senate plans to add about $520 million to Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposal to help the state recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, leading Democrats who control the chamber announced Wednesday.
Lawmakers Set To Tackle Policing Reform This Session In Maryland General AssemblyPolice accountability remains among the top priorities in the Maryland General Assembly this session.