Various bills affecting college students and higher education institutions will have to wait until next year.
A 2-year state moratorium on fracking will expire in October.
Republican lawmakers say the Affordable Care Act has failed, leading to higher premiums and a lack of choice in the health care market.
Fifty-eight percent of Marylanders support legalizing recreational marijuana.
University system policy already prohibits firearms on campuses, but this bill would protect against future changes.
The bill will take effect without Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature.
“People don’t just have sex during regular business hours, Monday through Friday.”
Democratic legislators say charter schools and voucher programs serve as a bandaid that fails to address achievement gaps.
An estimated 88,000 people remained uninsured in Prince George’s County as of Dec. 5, 2016.
Hogan said Maryland is “stronger than it has been in many, many years.”