Dog owners would be held presumptively liable for injuries caused by their pets under legislation introduced this week in the Senate and House of Delegates.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland lawmaker says a compromise measure has been worked out to address a court ruling that pit bulls are an “inherently dangerous” breed. Sen. Brian Frosh said Thursday that the bill creates a presumption that a dog ...Read More »
A renewed effort to abolish Maryland’s death penalty and strengthen gun control in the state after a mass slaying at a Connecticut grade school will be among the leading legal issues in the General Assembly this session.Read More »
Sen. Brian Frosh has been an advocate for the humane treatment of animals, and we look forward to working with him and his colleagues in the General Assembly to address the Maryland Court of Appeals’ dangerous ruling on pit bull dogsRead More »
Daily Record reporters Steve Lash and Alex Pyles sat down with State Sen. Brian Frosh for the latest "Newsmakers" interview. Frosh discussed his agenda for the upcoming General Assembly and his possible run for Maryland attorney general.Read More »
Maryland State Senators, along with the Mayor of Baltimore and various religious leaders met to discuss legislative efforts to control the sale and use of firearms in Maryland. Pieces of legislation the Senators promised to bring up in the 2013 General Assembly include bills to ban assault weapons, limit magazine sizes and prohibit carrying a concealed weapon around children.Read More »
A majority of the state Senate would support a legislative moratorium on hydraulic fracturing if such a bill is released from committee, Sen. Brian E. Frosh said Wednesday.
Tagged with: allegany county Attorney General Brian E. Frosh drilling Fracking garrett county Heather Mizeur house of delegates hydraulic fracturing jamie raskin marcellus shale Martin O'Malley moratorium natural gas senate western marylandRead More »