ANNAPOLIS – A proposal to reform the Maryland Public Information Act continues to gain momentum following Senate and House hearings last week regarding several bills on the topic.
LANHAM – The wheel continues to turn as candidates have begun to line up for Rep. Donna Edwards’ (D-Md.) seat in the House of Representatives after she announced last week she will run for Senate in the 2016 election.
ANNAPOLIS – Three bills regarding the use and regulation of marijuana in Maryland received hearings in front of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Wednesday, including the Marijuana Control and Revenue Act of 2015.
ANNAPOLIS—With a 14-7 vote, the General Assembly’s House Environment and Transportation committee turned down Governor Larry Hogan’s proposed bill to repeal the state’s “rain tax” law— the first major piece of legislation he presented in his tenure.
ANNAPOLIS – Forty-five years after the implementation of Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) a coalition of legislators and interest groups hope to update the law to include more specific provisions regarding its enforcement, regulation and clarification.
ANNAPOLIS— Maryland has not reached its economic potential according to a report released by the Maryland Economic Development and Business Climate Commission last week.
ANNAPOLIS—Gov. Larry Hogan kept the promise he made in his State of the State address and moved forward on Tuesday proposing a bill to repeal the state’s stormwater management fee law.
ANNAPOLIS – Significant and detailed rules and regulations that determine when and how law enforcement agencies deploy SWAT teams in Maryland could be implemented this year.