Maryland will likely continue to uphold state protections for abortion after efforts to expand abortion access this legislative session.
If passed, Marylanders 21 and over will be allowed to possess up to 1.5 ounces of marijuana starting July 2023.
The map that prevails will define the state’s congressional districts until the next redistricting, after the 2030 census.
An Anne Arundel County judge called the previously passed map an “extreme partisan gerrymander.”
If passed by both chambers in the state legislature and signed by the governor, the bill will be on November's ballot.
If the bill passes, individuals could sue companies for misusing their biometric information.
Here's a recap of the Maryland General Assembly's first month of its 2022 session.
Here's a recap of the Maryland General Assembly's first two weeks of its 2021 session.
UMD students deserve a proper education on how to vote.