These are the bills you should know about.
Marylanders 16 and older can receive a vaccine at any provider by April 12.
Del. Brooke Lierman called on federal lawmakers need to enact national standards to protect student-athletes.
Residents over 16 with underlying medical conditions will be eligible on March 30.
This is the third time that bill sponsor Sen. Cheryl Kagan (D-Montgomery) has tried to repeal the song.
Slots for county residents will jump from 500 to 2,100 at the mass vaccination site.
The bill would require public higher education institutions to implement new health guidelines aimed at protecting student-athletes.
The comptroller’s office will send payments via direct deposit for the majority of eligible people.
Currently, a five-person board can only resolve disputes involving excessive fees for records requests. This bill would expand the board's jurisdiction.
The Climate Solutions Act Now of 2021 requires the state to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.