Former Md. House Candidate Pleads Guilty to TheftA former candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $17,000 from a high school boosters group.
Hogan Appoints 2 Delegates to the HouseGov. Larry Hogan has appointed two people to vacancies in the Maryland House of Delegates.
Former Candidate for Md. House of Delegates IndictedA former candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates has been indicted on felony theft, perjury and other charges relating to campaign spending.
Md. House Votes 138-1 to End State-Mandated Stormwater FeesState-mandated stormwater fees would end under a bill that cleared the Maryland House of Delegates.
Charter School Bill Heads to House Chamber for VoteThe charter school measure proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan is heading to the Maryland House of Delegates for approval.
Md. Republicans Criticize Democrats Over Budget ProcessRepublicans in Maryland's House of Delegates are criticizing Democrats who control the chamber for not bringing two of Gov. Larry Hogan's supplemental budgets before lawmakers to consider.
Maryland House OKs Ban on Powdered AlcoholThe Maryland House of Delegates has voted to ban powdered alcohol.
House Approves Bill for Commission on Standardized TestsThe Maryland House of Delegates unanimously added their support to a review of the state's standardized testing system.
Maryland House Rejects Bill for Surcharges on Court CasesA measure to add surcharges on Maryland court filings to help pay for an electronic court initiative has been rejected by the Maryland House of Delegates.
Md. House Oks Bill to Expand Expungement EligibilityMaryland residents who were convicted of a crime that is no longer considered one would be able to have the conviction expunged, under a bill approved by the House of Delegates.
Md. House OKs Public Campaign Financing BillThe Maryland House of Delegates has voted to bring back a voluntary check off on individual income tax returns for public campaign financing for governor.
Md. Legislative Session Begins With Talk of BipartisanshipGov.-elect Larry Hogan and leading Maryland lawmakers are starting this year's legislative session by emphasizing bipartisanship.