Members of the Maryland General Assembly earn more than your average state lawmaker, but they're not exactly diving into vaults full of state money when they go home.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland legislature could help efforts to fight public corruption by passing a measure to allow the Office of the State Prosecutor to grant immunity to witnesses so their testimony could not be used against them, the state ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday the General Assembly may need to act so the board has authority to deny development in environmentally sensitive areas.
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Gov. Martin O'Malley, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. and House of Delegates Speaker Michael E. Busch will gather this morning to sign hundreds of bills passed by the General Assembly this year.Read More »
With most big ticket items passed days and weeks ago, the General Assembly session strolled to a close Monday night, concluding a session when the legislature agreed to repeal the death penalty, increase the gas tax, develop comprehensive gun control legislation and incentivize development of offshore wind energy.Read More »
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, who has run point for the O'Malley administration for two years on legislation that creates special procurement rules for public-private partnerships, said the bill's success this year should prevent future lawsuits.Read More »
Senators and delegates on both sides of the aisle agree that the 2013 General Assembly session was eventful and historically significant. As the session came to a close Monday night, they spoke about the measures they were most and least happy about.Read More »