Beginning July 1st, the State of Emergency in Maryland will be lifted and all government restrictions in place due to the pandemic will be rescinded.
Unemployment Benefits – House Economic Matters Committee Updates
Supplemental unemployment benefits are slated to end on July 3 in Maryland. The House Economic Matters Committee provided updates on the numbers and the potential business impacts.
Lobbyists Empower Changes to Renewable Energy Bill
Old Line’s lobbyists successfully advocated for changes that impacted their client’s renewable power business – a key win following this legislative session.
New Bills Include Language Addressing Tax Concerns for Online Cigar Businesses
Old Line Government Affairs helped its client The Cigar Association of America with legislation that impacts the way tax is calculated for online cigar companies.
Hundreds of New Bills to Become Law
Governor Hogan recently vetoed several bills and allowed hundreds of other House and Senate bills to become law without his signature.
Long-Awaited Settlement for HBCUs in Maryland
Derrick Covington provides an overview of the State’s historic legislation that provides a $577 million settlement to HBCUs.
Old Line Scores a Win for the NFL
Our lobbyists addressed specific areas of concern for the NFL regarding sports betting legislation in order to protect players and ensure fairness.
Legislative Win for Old Line’s Utilities Clients Delivers Huge Savings for Residents
Lobbying efforts from Old Line Government Affairs helped secure major cost savings for municipally owned utility customers.
Legislative Update: 226 Bills Signed, New Laws for 2021
Governor Hogan recently signed another batch of bills into law following the 2021 Legislative Session. Despite the pandemic, legislators have reiterated to Old Line that this session has been incredibly productive, and the legislation will be impactful.
Governor’s Briefing on COVID-19: May 20, 2021
Get your shot for a shot to win! Maryland Department of Health partners with Maryland Lottery for $2 million in prizes for vaccinated residents.
Telehealth and Maryland Legislation: 2021 and Beyond
As the world pivoted to telehealth options during the pandemic, legislation from this past session and in the future will provide guidance for providers and patients. Telehealth is here to stay.
Governor’s Briefing on COVID-19: May 14, 2021
Following the CDC’s updates, Governor Hogan is lifting the mask mandate for Marylanders while indoors and outside, with the only exceptions being public transportation, healthcare institutions and schools.
Webinar: The Maryland Minority Business Enterprise Program
In this exclusive procurement-focused webinar, learn how minority-owned businesses can create additional revenue streams with the state of Maryland through the MBE program.
Crossover Day in the Maryland General Assembly
Hundreds of bills, and 20 days to go. Read the latest on this important milestone in the current legislative session.
Governor’s Briefing on COVID-19: January 20, 2022
We’re “not out of the woods” says Hogan, but numbers are trending in the right direction.