Md. House Chairman Pledges to Work on Stormwater Fee BillThe chairman of a Maryland House committee says he is making a measure to end state-mandated fees for stormwater remediation a priority.
Md. House Committee Reworks Marijuana BillMaryland's legislature apparently won't eliminate criminal penalties for marijuana possession this year, but a House committee isn't ruling it out for the future.
Ban on Alcohol Vaporizers Headed to Md. Governor Vaportinis, which make it possible to inhale alcohol through a glass straw, may soon be illegal in Maryland.
Robbery Suspect Shot, Killed By Police After Chase On I-95A man suspected of breaking into a Target store was shot and killed by police early Friday following a pursuit that ended at a popular rest area along Interstate 95 just north of Baltimore.
70-mph Speed Limit Gets House Approval in MarylandThe House has unanimously passed a measure to raise the maximum highway speed limit from 65 mph to 70.
Md. Democrats Defeat GOP Effort to Weaken Gun BillDemocratic lawmakers in the Maryland House of Delegates defeated Republican efforts to weaken a gun-control measure Tuesday night, moving the bill backed by Gov. Martin O'Malley closer to passage with its major provisions intact.
Md. House Considers Immigrant Licensing BillA Maryland House panel is considering a bill that would allow illegal immigrants to continue to obtain driver's licenses.
Md. House Passes Health-Care Reform MeasureThe Maryland House of Delegates has approved a measure to further implement federal health-care reform in the state.
Md. Senate Dog-Bite Bill Different From HouseThe Maryland Senate and the House of Delegates appear to be headed for a showdown on how to address a court ruling that pit bulls are "inherently dangerous."
Legislature Completes Work On 'Flush Tax' IncreaseMarylanders can likely expect their annual sewer bills to double if the reception of Governor O'Malley's proposal by the House is a good indicator.
'Phylicia's Law' Passes In Maryland House And SenateA bill aimed at improving coordination between law enforcement and community groups when a child disappears has passed Maryland's House and Senate.