Maryland House Advances Bill To Increase Renewable EnergyThe Maryland House of Delegates has advanced a measure to increase Maryland's use of renewable energy.
Md. Senate Unanimously Approves Emergency Bill To Overhaul UMMS Board, Prompted By Mayor Pugh's Book DealsBy a unanimous vote, the Maryland Senate has approved an emergency bill to overhaul the board of the University of Maryland Medical System- prompted by Mayor Pugh's book dealings with the organization.
Gov. Hogan's Veto Of Post-Labor Day School Start Bill Overrided By Maryland SenateMaryland Senate votes to override Gov. Hogan's veto of a bill that abolishes his post-Labor Day school start executive order. 
End Of Life Options Act Fails In The Senate After Tie VoteThe End of Life Options Act has died in the Senate after a 23-23 vote. 
Maryland Lawmakers Near Crossover DeadlineCrossover day is a deadline set by lawmakers for a bill to pass either the House or the Senate to have a chance of clearing both chambers and making it to the governor's desk.
Md. Senate Gives Go-Ahead For Johns Hopkins Private Police ForceThe Maryland Senate gave the go-ahead for John Hopkins to form an armed police force on its college and hospital campuses
Maryland Senate OKs Minimum Wage Hike To $15 By 2025The Maryland Senate has passed a measure to increase the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025.
Maryland Senate Vote Looms On When To Start SchoolThe Maryland Senate could vote as soon as Tuesday on a bill.
Proposed Grace's Law 2.0 Passes Unanimously In Senate, Awaits Review From Judiciary House CommitteeThe proposed Grace's Law 2.0 passed unanimously in the Maryland Senate Friday, a bill that would increase the current penalties for cyberbullying.
Maryland Senate Passes Sexual Harassment Complaints BillThe Maryland Senate unanimously passed a measure Friday that would change how the General Assembly handles sexual harassment complaints.
Maryland Senate Expands On School Safety BillThe Maryland Senate has expanded a measure to improve school safety by requiring a school resource officer or otherwise adequate law enforcement coverage at all public schools by the start of next school year.