The chairwoman of the Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee is ok with those who don't want to get vaccinated. She just doesn't want those who don't to expose her to anything.Read More »
Behind the delay is the long memory of one state senator her passion for an issue was the subject of a federal discrimination lawsuit that directly affects Morgan State University.Read More »
There will be no ban on hydraulic fracturing—also called fracking—in Maryland this year. And not as long as a state commission continues to review the issue in the state, according to Sen. Joan Carter Conway, who chairs the Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee.Read More »
An attempt to delay and potentially ban a controversial natural gas drilling technique failed Wednesday when a Senate committee voted against allowing the full body to debate the issue.Read More »
Hydraulic fracturing, the controversial natural gas drilling technique colloquially called fracking, will not face a ban in Maryland.
Tagged with: Bobby Zirkin Fracking Health and Environmental Affairs Committee Heather R. Mizeur house of delegates hydraulic fracturing Joan Carter Conway marcellus shale natural gas senate Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr.Read More »
The Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee didn’t waste any time with the bill seeking disclosure of and an apology for the activities a potential MARC operator undertook during the Holocaust. The bill, SB 479 and its House twin, ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – A Keolis Rail Services America official reaffirmed on Friday the railway’s interest in running two MARC commuter rail lines, despite legislative efforts targeting the company’s majority shareholder. State lawmakers from both parties are pushing legislation that would require ...Read More »