Gov. Larry Hogan Vetoes 18 Bills Involving Tax Hikes, Remote Teaching, Clean Energy And MoreMaryland Governor Larry Hogan Friday vetoed 18 House and Senate Bills passed in the 2021 legislative session. The slew of vetoes included legislation from public transit funding to collective bargaining for state employees.
Gov. Larry Hogan Signs 66 Bills Into Law, The Largest Tax Cut In Maryland's History Among Bills Passed This YearGov. Larry Hogan signed 66 bills into law Tuesday a day after the Maryland legislative session ended.
Maryland Lawmakers Ok Sports Betting, Sweeping Police Reform On Last Day Of SessionMaryland lawmakers have reached the final day of their legislative session with mostly fine-tuning to do. They had a productive three months despite being slowed by pandemic precautions.
'There Has Been No Action' | Gov. Larry Hogan Calls Out Maryland Legislators' Lack Of Action On Proposed Crime BillsGov. Larry Hogan called out Maryland legislators Thursday morning for a lack of action on passing several bills he believes will help address violent crime in Baltimore and around the state.
Maryland's Legislative Session Begins With New LeadersThe first day of the 90-day session will include a vote for the Senate's first new presiding officer in more than three decades.
State Senator To Deploy To Afghanistan Before Session EndsThe new vice chairman of a Maryland legislative committee will deploy to Afghanistan 10 days before the legislative session closes.
Maryland's Legislative Session To Debate Legalizing Marijuana, Increase Minimum Wage And MoreMaryland's legislative session began with 60 new lawmakers in the 188-member General Assembly.
Md. Legislators Pass Bill Requiring Vets To Report Animal Cruelty; Plus 5 Other Bills On Animal AbuseMaryland lawmakers made a push to help end animal suffering across the state, just before the end of this year's legislative session in an animal cruelty crackdown
Bills Would Increase Diversity in Medical Marijuana BusinessAfter Carey Tilghman's 6-year-old daughter, Paisley, suffered from a stroke, doctors drafted a plan to use a round of Botox injections and muscle relaxers to treat her condition.
Wages, Marijuana, Polluted Water All On Md. AgendaDecriminalizing marijuana, raising the minimum wage and adjusting the fees paid to contain polluted stormwater are all likely to find their way into debates during this year's legislative session.