Restaurants will be allowed to sell food only for carry-out, delivery and drive-through orders. During the state of emergency, utility companies are barred from cutting off residential electricity, water, TV and internet services — or charging late fees for those services — and tenants may not be evicted, the governor said.Read More
Author: Bryan Renbaum
@BryanRenbaum Maryland Senate President Bill Ferguson announced on Sunday that the General...Read More
Emergency legislation would require public schools to find off-campus alternative learning arrangements for students who are registered sex offenders.Read More
The emergency legislation would prohibit Maryland from waiving a water-quality certification in a settlement agreement between the state and the energy company Exelon for a 50-year federal license to operate the dam.Read More
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