Schools do not have to get approval from the Board of Regents.
Maryland will likely continue to uphold state protections for abortion after efforts to expand abortion access this legislative session.
The primary elections will take place July 19, with early voting set to begin July 7.
Some of the bills would have mandated body cameras for all law enforcement officers in the state and clarified protocols for police training.
The bill would've required Maryland's Medicaid program to cover gender-affirming care.
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.