The Moore administration and the Maryland General Assembly are facing some tough decisions on the budget, juvenile justice, education reform, and the environment.
The Department of Legislative Services outlined several topics likely to be addressed in the upcoming Maryland Legislative Session, including artificial intelligence, cannabis, and unused funding opportunities.
With the departure of Senator Melony G. Griffith to become CEO of the Maryland Hospital Association, several changes are ahead for the Maryland General Assembly.
From cannabis to Title IX, from guns to education, many new laws are set to go into effect on July 1.
Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake’s Excel Center received funding as a result of Old Line’s lobbying efforts.
In his final actions addressing bills passed in the 2023 Legislative Session, Governor Wes Moore issued a handful of vetoes.
Legislation has been signed on topics that include cannabis, healthcare, abortion, gun safety, a service-year program, volunteerism in the state, economic development, state elections, waste water systems, and more.
Hundreds of bills, and 20 days to go. Read the latest on this important milestone in the current legislative session.
Maryland’s Secretary of Appointments presented Governor Wes Moore with 307 appointments to more than 60 state boards and commissions.
Sherry Nickerson outlines key topics and areas expected to be discussed in the upcoming legislative session.
Governor-elect Wes Moore and Lt. Governor-elect Aruna Miller have recently announced additional selections for their administration.
Saying that his transition team “looks like the state of Maryland,” Governor-Elect Wes Moore recently announced new members of multiple policy committees.
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