Challengers of the map said it violated the state's constitution laws on gerrymandering.
The bills will work to protect children's human rights.
The celebration marked the end of the 2022 legislative session, which Gov. Larry Hogan said was the best he's seen.
If passed, Marylanders 21 and over will be allowed to possess up to 1.5 ounces of marijuana starting July 2023.
Employees would need to work at least 680 hours in the prior year to qualify for the benefits.
Republicans proposed several amendments to the bill, including one that would have provided mental health protections to Marylanders who receive an abortion.
Anne Arundel County Senior Judge Lynne Battaglia ruled on March 25 that the original map was an “extreme partisan gerrymander.”
The map that prevails will define the state’s congressional districts until the next redistricting, after the 2030 census.