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Maryland is still on track to set up a marketplace for recreational cannabis sales beginning July 1, but House and Senate lawmakers have differences to work out.
April 1, 2023
Maryland lawmakers quietly added $2 million for emergency rental assistance in the final hours of budget negotiations on Friday — a fraction of what housing advocates have said will be necessary to avoid a mounting eviction crisis in the state.
March 31, 2023
This weekend, Bowie State University will name the theater at its performing arts center after the music icon.
A boisterous crowd gathered at the State House to celebrate significant progress this year — a new law will expand coverage for gender-affirming care for people with Medicaid insurance — but they noted that much more work is ahead in making the state safe and inclusive for trans Marylanders.
On Thursday, delegates and senators wouldn’t meet face-to-face to hash out differences on education spending. By Friday, they’d reached a deal.
As a condition of the 43-4 confirmation vote in the Maryland Senate, lawmakers will withhold a small portion of the budget for Butler’s office until he submits reports on his progress toward reform.
The Child Victims Act will lift all age limits and time limits for filing lawsuits against institutions such as churches and schools for enabling child sexual abuse. And it undoes a tricky legal maneuver called a “statute of repose” that some believe was snuck into a prior bill, which had the effect of actually insulating institutions from older legal claims.
Ready to dig in the dirt this spring? Make sure you’re planning ahead for warming summers with this climate-conscious resource and tip sheet informed by some of the mid-Atlantic’s best gardeners and educators.
Maryland has a long history with rye whiskey.
I’ve been commuting from Annapolis to Baltimore a couple of days each week for a few months now. We’ve got traffic in Annapolis, and sometimes it’s maddening. There was that one time a sailboat mast got caught in a powerline on Forest Drive. But I have to ask you Baltimore Beltway commuters a question: Is it always this bad?
Maryland lawmakers have hit an impasse in their budget negotiations over $2 million for a private school tuition program, the first sign of friction this year in the State House, which is entirely Democratic-run for the first time in eight years.
March 30, 2023
Since November, three states have affirmed abortion protections in their constitutions, including California, Vermont and Michigan.
This week an Aquarius is seeking the stars' approval as to whether or not they should reignite an old romantic flame with their Capricorn ex. Our Baltimore astrologist answers.
Whether you plan to have them go ziplining or binge TV all week, remember to do what feels right for you and your family.
Correctional officers have alleged that the state only paid them for the hours they were scheduled to work, not the hours they actually worked. The U.S. Department of Labor has been investigating the claims.