Grants to attract technology projects and a measure to increase banking access for lower-income communities were among the nearly 200 bills Gov. Wes Moore signed.
Marylanders can reclaim benefits stolen from their Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) cards as far back as Jan. 1, 2021, under a bill Gov. Wes Moore has signed into law.
The State Treasurer’s Office will assume oversight of the Maryland 529 prepaid college trust and investment plans.
Gov. Wes Moore signed four key environmental bills, setting the stage for more approvals on the host of environmental legislation approved by the General Assembly.
Recent high school graduates in Maryland will have the option for a paid service year under a bill Gov. Wes Moore signed into law Monday.
Gov. Wes Moore allocated $500 million on top of the required amount for funding the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future and shifted some transportation funding into education.
Three important pieces of gun legislation passed in the final days of the Maryland General Assembly session, one in the final hours, and not without heated debate.
A bill that would have legalized natural organic reduction, also known as “human composting,” died in a Senate committee after passing the House.
The 2023 Maryland General Assembly saw a group of legislators that was more representative of the state in terms of race, gender, party affiliation and age than a decade ago.
The smell of marijuana will no longer be enough to justify a police stop or search under a bill that Maryland lawmakers passed.
Gov. Wes Moore traveled to England to deliver a keynote speech at an international forum for social entrepreneurs.
Del. Nic Kipke apologized to House Speaker Adrienne Jones after he told her to “sit down” in a harsh exchange over a provision to cannabis legislation.