Last week, the Maryland General Assembly passed a law that requires universities to create outbreak response plans.
In a sprint session, the General Assembly approved legislation to aid with coronavirus response, make hate crimes easier to prosecute, require University System of Maryland institutions to create outbreak response laws, and more.
The bill still requires Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.
The announcement comes as the governor closed the state's casinos, racetracks and simulcast betting facilities indefinitely.
Maryland should reject ICE by blocking a proposal for a new immigrant detention facility.
The bills would modify Maryland's hate crime statute to include offenses committed either in whole or in part because of hate.
Prospective employees need more protection from salary discrimination.
Mike Miller is set to be succeeded by a Democrat four decades his junior.
Maryland's criminal justice system is inequitable — more needs to be done to change that.
Hogan's track record on the environment has been disappointing.