The Maryland Senate has voted to dedicate $500,000 a year to the operations for a replica version of a 19th century Baltimore clipper that has sailed the world to promote the city.Read More »
Frustrated that drivers continue to use mobile phones on the road despite existing penalties, Maryland lawmakers are weighing whether to increase the maximum fine for texting and driving to $500 - one of the highest penalties in the country.Read More »
Advocates for a bill to prohibit provisions or policies that waive legal remedies of sexual harassment claims in the workplace asked the Senate Finance Committee on Thursday to keep a reporting requirement that was gutted from the House version. “The ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Marylanders looking to make extra money sharing their homes with travelers could face stiffer state regulations and taxes under a bill being considered by the House Economic Matters Committee. The bill is the latest attempt by Maryland lawmakers and ...
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With the rise of the #MeToo movement and heightened awareness about sexual harassment in the workplace, the General Assembly is weighing bills that would outlaw provisions in an employment contract or policy waiving the right to a legal remedy for ...Read More »