State spent $130 million total on failed exchange, and will now spend even more to replace it.
Lawmakers agreed to increase funding for film tax credits — but not the attached conditions.
Minimum wage hike, pot decriminalization and Jake’s Law all see action on final day.
Legislation, approved by the General Assembly, calls for jail time and stiffer fines for cellphone use while driving.
Bill that would raise wage to $10.10 per hour by 2018 heads to Gov. Martin O’Malley for signature.
Decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana and a rise in the minimum wage have not been nailed down.
Final procedural votes on both measures expected Monday, last day of session.
Legislation, which still needs final approval from House, would increase minimum wage to $10.10 by 2018.
A Md. House committee plans to fund film tax credits with $11 million and stash even more in the budget.
This legislation is considered a first step toward offering pre-kindergarten to all 4-year-olds.
Two days after Maryland turns to Connecticut’s vendor, top health official testifies about exchange.
Senate version of bill is weaker than the version passed by House; proponents want changes reversed.
Why Maryland is replacing its troubled health exchange system with one used by Connecticut.
Deloitte Consulting will replace most of the flawed marketplace with technology that has worked in Conn.
Health exchange board to vote Tuesday night on adopting technology used in Connecticut.