Category: General Assembly
By STEPH QUINN ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Senate and House Republicans vowed Tuesday to redress what House...Read More
This column appears in the May issue of The Business Monthly serving Howard and Anne Arundel...Read More
Going to pick up your child from school with your gun in your handbag, or going to the bar for a drink with your handgun in your concealed holster – these are both things that will likely be prohibited this October, even with a concealed carry permit, after the Maryland General Assembly passed legislation tightening gun laws, despite heavy pushback from Republican lawmakers.Read More
Attorney General Anthony Brown was among the winners in the race to get legislation passed by the Maryland General Assembly in the session that ended Monday. Despite serving only three months, he was able to shepherd his top two legislative priorities, civil rights enforcement and the authority to prosecute police-involved fatalities through the legislature, and both are expected to become law.Read More
Maryland Del. Nic Kipke, R-Anne Arundel, apologized to House Speaker Adrienne Jones Tuesday afternoon after he told her to “sit down” in the final minutes of this year’s General Assembly session in a harsh exchange over a provision to cannabis legislation.Read More
By Nicky Wolcott and Christine Zhu Capital News Service ANNAPOLIS – Each year, up to 188 state...Read More
The University of Maryland College Park is the only school in the state with a betting sponsorship. Its partner is PointsBet, the same company that had a deal with the University of Colorado. And, in a twist of contract law, the legislation will not apply to UMCP.Read More
Maryland recorded the 10th-highest number of antisemitic incidents nationwide in 2022 with 109 — nearly double how many there were in 2021, according to the Anti-Defamation League.Read More
The Baltimore Oriole. The Diamondback Terrapin. Lacrosse. The Blue Crab. Black-eyed Susans. Marylanders soon may be toasting those state symbols with a new one – Maryland Rye, the proposed state spirit.Read More
Maryland voters will be asked to enshrine abortion rights into the state Constitution next year, after the Maryland House of Delegates’ passage of the “Right to Reproductive Freedom Act” on Thursday.Read More
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