The SGA also voted to hold omnibus meetings once every two years instead of annually.
The bill would've required Maryland's Medicaid program to cover gender-affirming care.
The bills will work to protect children's human rights.
The university's SGA president vetoed a piece of legislation supporting the SGA bill last month.
If the referendum passes, marijuana would be legal in Maryland starting July 2022
The bill focuses on greenhouse gases and renewable energy.
The bill passed unanimously.
Exact wording of any future policy changes would be decided by the Senate’s Academic Procedures & Standards Committee.
The legislature also approved $3.5 million in funding for public health programs.
Currently, a five-person board can only resolve disputes involving excessive fees for records requests. This bill would expand the board's jurisdiction.