With a crossover deadline looming, expect action in the House and Senate on hundreds of bills.
Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates data suggest back-to-back cuts of more than $100 million each.
Bill requires drivers to move over a lane when passing a tow truck; now awaits action by state Senate.
Maryland would join 49 other states in lowering the burden of proof for people seeking orders of protection.
Bill bans discrimination based on sexual identity in housing, labor and public accommodations.
The issues on the agenda include minimum wage, domestic violence and transgender rights.
Election board waives most of former delegate’s penalties as she launches campaign to regain old seat.
Maryland General Assembly revisits court decision holding pit bull owners automatically liable for attacks
Advocates of decriminalization are hopeful after a packed, colorful hearing in the state Senate.
Annapolis Police Chief Michael Pristoop said he read that 37 people in Colorado overdosed in one day.
More than 100 people air views at Maryland Senate hearing on legalizing or decriminalizing pot.
Measure would undo law against wagering on poker or other games in one’s home.
49 percent back legalization, while 43 percent oppose it. Opponents are split on reducing criminal penalties.
Name recognition from better-known uncle boosts state delegate; many voters not yet focusing on race.
Harford County executive David Craig urges Marylanders to “vote yourself a raise.”
Paid sick leave, the age for buying tobacco, domestic violence and other issues are on the agenda.
Western Md. senator supports preservation measure, but also says state should consider local impact.
Maryland candidates for governor state views on medical marijuana, decriminalization, legalization, use.
General Assembly members have lots to say about legislation but are quieter when asked if they’ve lit up.
Montgomery County lawmakers say energy drinks pose threat to children.