Transportation officials briefed the Senate Budget and Taxation and Senate Finance Committees yesterday on the toll reduction plan that was approved last month by the Maryland Transportation Authority. 342 more words
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The Comptroller’s Office briefed the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee today on the state and local financial effects of a recent court case, Comptroller v. Wynne. 408 more words
The General Assembly’s Workgroup on Public Safety held its first meeting Monday, June 8, in Annapolis.
Presentations included an overview from the Department of Legislative Services on law enforcement departments in the state and on legislation from the 2015 general assembly session relating to police issues. 494 more words
A bill that could increase health insurance costs for small businesses and small governments that self-insure has now become law without the Governor’s signature. The Governor had the option of signing or vetoing the bill, but since he did neither, it has taken effect without his signature under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution… 107 more words
On May 22, the Maryland Governor’s Office released a list of six bills that the Governor has vetoed. The bills are: