Maryland residents could see some form of tax relief as part of a tax relief proposal that could make its way to the Senate as early as next week.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Supporters of expanding ignition interlock requirements to all drunk drivers in Maryland are criticizing changes made to the measure by lawmakers. The House Judiciary Committee passed the bill to the House floor last week, but supporters said Thursday ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Departing Maryland governors who want to buy used furniture from the executive mansion will have to bid against other interested buyers at public auction, under legislation approved unanimously by the state’s House of Delegates on Friday. Del. Haven ...
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ANNAPOLIS — A measure to allow terminally ill Maryland residents to legally end their lives with drugs prescribed by a doctor could come up for a vote in a Senate committee. The Senate Judiciary Committee could vote on the bill ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A major bill in Maryland’s legislative session to reduce the state’s incarcerated population and control corrections spending is scheduled for a hearing. The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee will hear testimony about the measure on Wednesday. A panel that ...Read More »