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Search Tags: Maryland House of Delegates
Gov. Martin O'Malley is considering requests to veto legislation that would provide financial incentives for electricity generation through waste-to-energy trash incinerators.
Opponents of a new law that gives tuition breaks to illegal immigrants have to collect more than 55,000 signatures by the end of June in order to force a referendum.
Maryland's House Judiciary Committee was often called "the places where bills go to die" by lobbyists and ordinary citizens. One bill illustrated that powerfully: HB 363, the bill that would provide for jail time in the case of fatal crashes.
Frederick County Sen. David Brinkley may succeed this year in his nine-year quest to reduce criminal penalties for medical marijuana use.
Maryland's same-sex marriage bill is headed for vigorous and extended debate in the House of Delegates, but for many, it won't be new territory and it won't end there.
War veterans' organizations are taking another shot at passing legislation allowing them to operate slot machines to offset dire finances at posts across the state.
As the Maryland legislature looks to every corner of the state budget for some leeway on the imposing deficit, two former governors offer their own, differing directions to get to fiscal solvency.
Republicans are projected to pick up six seats in the Maryland House of Delegates after Tuesday's election, resulting from two fallen incumbents and four open seats, but it's unclear how much the slight shift will affect the upcoming legislative session.
Penalties for neglecting a child will be less than a Frederick delegate sought when he introduced a bill reforming the state's child abuse laws