The bill banning the sale of foam used to consume food products passed the state Senate in Annapolis. Critics contend the legislation falls short of banning all foam products and doesn’t make the environmental impact it appears to. Instead, they say, it will hurt small businesses.
If passed, legal, permanent residents who served honorably in the U.S. military could apply. Currently, officer candidates must be U.S. citizens in Maryland.
Sen. Cheryl Kagan says lobbyist Gill Genn inappropriately touched her in a bar. The allegation comes at a time when female lawmakers are proposing a measure to require lobbyists to be covered by the same sexual harassment policies that apply to lawmakers.
As general assemblies in Maryland and Virginia convene this week, sexual harassment — and how the states’ legislators police themselves — is one of the top issues some lawmakers hope to tackle this session.
The Maryland Legislative Policy Committee voted to update the sexual harassment policy. Among the changes: Incidents of sexual harassment will be documented and made available to the public.
Maryland’s lieutenant governor is coming under fire for a comment about recent acts of racism and hatred in the state.
Maryland’s state song is in need of an overhaul — or according to some state lawmakers, the song itself should be ditched in favor of something less “divisive”.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.