Senate: Life Without Parole Bill Needs More WorkA Maryland bill that would put prison sentences of life without parole in the hands of judges needs more time for consideration, lawmakers said.
Md. Lawmakers Try Late Push on Bail Attorney SolutionSenate President Thomas V. Mike Miller is urging lawmakers to find a way to ease or stop the impact of a court ruling that requires poor defendants in criminal cases to have a lawyer at an initial bail review hearing.
Maryland Senate Panel Approves Charter School MeasureA Maryland Senate panel has approved a bill proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan to ease some restrictions that supporters say have made it harder for charter schools to grow in the state.
Maryland Senate Passes 3 Bills Aimed at Helping BusinessThe Maryland Senate has passed three measures aimed at improving the state's business climate.
Md. Senate Panel Acts on Governor's Tax Relief ProposalsA Maryland Senate panel has voted for some rolled back versions of Gov. Larry Hogan's tax relief proposals, while rejecting others.
Charter School Bill Likely to Get Committee Vote This WeekA Senate committee is likely to vote this week on what direction the Maryland charter school law should go in the future.
Md. Senate Passes Sales Tax Bill for 3rd-Party Travel SitesThe Maryland Senate has voted to make third-party travel websites pay all of the state's sales tax, because bill supporters say they currently are getting around paying the full amount.
Md. Senate Votes to Raise Judges' Mandatory Retirement AgeThe Maryland Senate has voted to raise the mandatory retirement age of judges from 70 to 73.
Maryland Senate Approves False Claims Bill to Fight FraudA Maryland measure to help stop fraud and abuse in state and local government has passed the state Senate.
Md. Senate Votes to End State-Mandated Stormwater FeesThe Maryland Senate voted unanimously Friday to end state-mandated stormwater management fees, a priority of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
Md. Senate Approves Commission to Look at Standardized TestsThe Maryland Senate voted unanimously to start double checking the state's answers when it comes to standardized tests.