In the meeting that lasted more than six hours, the SGA passed bills regarding bus shelters, student fees, off-campus housing and class availability.
A project labor agreement is a type of collective bargaining agreement that establishes the terms and conditions of a construction project.
The proposed bill would look to promote growth in county-defined transit hubs by placing a two-year pause on townhome development in areas that are not as transit-oriented.
The state legislature passed the Trans Health Equity Act this session, which would require Maryland Medicaid to expand its coverage of gender-affirming treatments if Gov. Wes Moore signs it into law.
The Child Victims Act repeals the statute of limitations so child sexual abuse victims can sue their perpetrators whenever they are ready to come forward.
The items include cup covers that prevent roofies and straws to use through the covers.
This bill differs from similar legislation proposed in the past because it extends unionization rights to faculty on the tenure-track, non-tenure track and part-time.
The proposed bill is designed to strengthen the county’s construction industry by creating entry-level positions for residents.
The SGA plans to purchase 300 stickers.
The SGA also voted to hold omnibus meetings once every two years instead of annually.