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.
Passed by the Maryland General Assembly, new laws address firearms, child sexual abuse cases and more.
Finishing touches are underway at Goodwill’s Excel Center, a tuition-free, public high school for adults, 21 years of age and older.
People age 21 and older can buy cannabis products from licensed dispensaries in Maryland as long as they show government-issued photo ID to prove their age.
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.
This year, Old Line Government Affairs has supported the Can Manufacturers Institute on a bill that would increase the recycling of cans in an effort to reduce pollution.
Old Line’s Sherry Nickerson reviews key topics covered during the 445th session of the Maryland General Assembly.
Hundreds of bills, and 20 days to go. Read the latest on this important milestone in the current legislative session.
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.