Scott And Harrison Testify In Support Of Bill Requiring Notification Of Pretrial ReleaseUnder Senate Bill 586, the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services would have to notify the Baltimore Police Department if a defendant is released on bail, regardless of the charge.
Bill Would Rename Maryland's Indian Head Highway After Former President Barack ObamaTwo Maryland state senators have introduced legislation to rename Maryland Route 210, currently Indian Head Highway, after former President Barack Obama.
Del. Neil Parrott Removes Himself From Running To Replace State Sen. Andrew Serafini, Who Resigned Over The WeekendDelegate Neil Parrott said Tuesday he will not seek to replace State Sen. Andrew Serafini, focusing instead on his run for Congress.
Marylanders Express Frustrations With Filing For Unemployment During State Senate Public HearingMaryland’s State Senate held a virtual public hearing Tuesday to discuss the state’s unemployment system woes.
As Maryland Lawmakers Look To Ease Bay Bridge Traffic Woes With Third Span, They Are Debating Its LocationAs construction along the Chesapeake Bay Bridge continues, lawmakers are now debating what to do about a third span of the bay bridge. The big question is: where to put it.
Maryland Senate OKs Ban On Releasing Balloons Into The SkyThe Maryland Senate has approved a measure that would create a statewide ban on the intentional release of balloons into the atmosphere.
Former State Sen. Ulysses Currie Dies At 84Former Maryland state senator Ulysses Currie has died, Senate President Mike Miller announced Friday.
Sen. Shirley Nathan-Pulliam Retires From Md. State Senate, Citing Health ConcernsNathan-Pulliam served 20 years in the House of Delegates and it was her fifth year in the Senate.
Bill To Increase Renewable Energy Use In Maryland AdvancesThe Senate amended the bill on the floor Tuesday to eliminate trash incineration as eligible for subsidies under the measure aimed at boosting the growth renewable energy like wind and solar.
Maryland Senate OKs Ban On Foam For Food, Drink ContainersMaryland's Senate has voted to make the state the first in the nation to ban foam containers for food and drink to fight pollution.
Maryland Lawmakers Wrestle With End Of Life Options ActMaryland lawmakers are wrestling with one of the toughest issues in the General Assembly this session, the End of Life Option Act.
Gov. Hogan Names Replacement For Nathaniel Oaks' Vacated Senate SeatMaryland Governor Larry Hogan has announced the replacement for the seat vacated by Nathaniel Oaks.
Delegate Lee To Seek Md. Senate SeatMontgomery County Del. Susan Lee is running for state Senate.
Senate Passes Wine Shipping BillA measure that allows wineries to ship directly to Maryland residents has passed the state Senate.