ANNAPOLIS — And now it’s down to the relative few. Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday signed into law 144 bills in what was his fifth bill-signing ceremony Thursday including, as expected, a sweeping reform of the criminal justice system. The last ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — Congress on Wednesday launched a fact-finding mission into the loosely regulated world of fantasy sports games — a multibillion-dollar business that seemingly advertised everywhere during the pro football season. Lawmakers at a House hearing were generally supportive of ...
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Maryland is set to increase access to contraceptive care for both women and men, a move supporters say will provide the most comprehensive birth-control coverage in the country. Insurers will no longer be allowed to charge co-pays for most forms ...Read More »
A system of binding arbitration could be a good next step for state agencies and the public when if comes to resolving disputes over public records, according to Maryland’s newly christened public access ombudsman. Lisa A. Kershner told a group ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A $3 billion gap in state funding needed to satisfy growing statewide school construction needs could lead to a wholesale changes in how Maryland funds and builds the projects. Requests from the state’s 23 counties and Baltimore city ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan signed more than 170 bills into law including legislation that would allow college graduates to roll their student loan debt into the purchase of a home, expand voting access in the state, reduce the potential ...Read More »
Plans to rehabilitate the site of a former state psychiatric complex in Owings Mills — part of which Stevenson University has been trying to acquire for years – are inching forward thanks to money set aside in the capital budget ...Read More »