Is Maryland still the Free State? What seems like good government to some is a nanny state to others.
Minimum wage hike, pot decriminalization and Jake’s Law all see action on final day.
Bill allows certified physicians to identify patients who may obtain drug from state-approved network.
Maryland’s governor has previously not committed to what course he would take on the legislation.
Decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana and a rise in the minimum wage have not been nailed down.
House Judiciary Committee set up study of issue, but black caucus and progressives want action now.
Bill undoes controversial ruling by Court of Appeals that singled out pit bulls as inherently dangerous breed
House Judiciary Committee will convene a task force to study marijuana decriminalization further.
Will issues like the minimum wage be overshadowed by the politics of the health insurance exchange?
Supporters say highly concentrated form of booze contributes to college binge-drinking.
Senate passes bill that would make medical marijuana law more workable.
Battle over Maryland’s unusual bail-setting procedures leads senator to propose constitutional amendment.
Fine for campus hazing would increase from $500 to $5,000.
Medical marijuana bill advances in Senate panel
Bill creates pilot using executive agency, statistical tools, to determine who would be held pending trial
Legislation would allow a person to neutralize legal presumption if they can prove their pet had been docile.
Issues on the agenda include film tax credits, marijuana, transgender rights, bail reform and Vaportinis.
General Assembly also passes law to increase penalties for motorists who cause crashes while texting.
Motorists who cause an accident resulting in serious injury or death could face up to three years in prison.
Monday alone features the crossover deadline, snow and St. Patrick’s Day. And plenty happens after that.