April 10, 2022

UPDATE: Assembly Overrides Governor’s Vetoes

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Twenty-four hours after the Governor opted to veto several bills, the Maryland General Assembly met and voted to override many of them, allowing several new bills to go into law.

Of note, the Abortion Care Access Act, expanding who can perform abortions in the state; the Time to Care Act, also known as the paid family leave bill; and others will now become law, with most taking effect July 1.

More updates are expected in the coming days as legislators close out the current session on April 11th. 

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Associated Press

Maryland Matters

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