Dozens of Maryland bills are becoming law without Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature, among them one that allows Montgomery County-owned liquor stores to sell chilled beer or wine but only if that beer or wine is flowing into a growler or refillable container.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a number of bills Friday, but there were also other measures that would go into law without his signature.
A bill to infuse Maryland public schools with $1 billion for reforms over the next three years will take effect without the signature of Gov. Larry Hogan.
Gov. Larry Hogan says he’s agreeing to spend $255 million for extra education funding to begin implementing a plan to improve education in Maryland. But he’s expressing concerns about the blueprint approved by lawmakers this year.
A powerful committee chairwoman whose district is at the center of a tug-of-war over transportation policy has strong feelings when it comes to a key plank of the Hogan administration’s plan to widen two crowded interstate highways.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed 182 new bills into law, including some that regulate tobacco sales, addresses violence against pregnant women, and make accessing health care easier.
A Maryland measure that’s the first of its kind could help people without health insurance find out if they qualify for free or low-cost insurance after they file their taxes.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed a measure to require patients to provide explicit consent before health care practitioners and medical students can conduct a pelvic, prostate or rectal exam while the patient is under anesthesia.
According to the latest Washington Post-Schar School poll, a majority of D.C.-area and Montgomery County residents (61%) back the proposal. But, in Prince George’s County, that number drops to 48%.
Maryland is still in the grip of an opioid crisis that has ravaged the nation for years, but a fresh batch of statistics includes encouraging news.
“The state has a lot more work to do on this one before we’re ready to move forward with the project,” said Councilmember Dannielle M. Glaros, chair of the panel’s Planning, Housing and Economic Development Committee.
Maryland’s Gov. Larry Hogan continues to have high approval numbers statewide, but the latest poll from Gonzalez Research shows that in a hypothetical matchup in a GOP primary against President Donald Trump, Hogan would face an uphill slog.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is praising federal approval for thousands of additional visas for foreign workers this summer to support the state’s crab industry.
The Board of Public Works will put off a discussion and vote on Gov. Larry Hogan’s highway widening proposal, which had been scheduled for May 8.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration says state agencies are working to help workers affected by the closing of the Luke Paper Mill in western Maryland.
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