State Roundup, March 7, 2019

House expected to vote on bill to allow terminally ill patients to obtain drugs to end their lives; bill to set up Prescription Drug Affordability Board under cloud of court ruling on previous law as pharmaceutical reps blast effort; seeking to secure $102 million in unpaid tolls and fines, legislation targets out-of-state scofflaws; measure would force testing of stored rape kits; Attorney General Frosh, 8 other states seek freeze on offshore seismic testing for oil; and in our Hogan Prez Watch, the governor returns to Maryland from Iowa confab saying he’s no closer to making a decision to run against President Trump.