Here's a recap of the Maryland General Assembly's first two weeks of its 2021 session.
The legislation, called the RELIEF Act, includes targeted stimulus checks.
The bill was amended during a committee hearing Thursday night.
The governor also let about 300 bills go into law without his signature.
Several members of the body are pushing for an emergency meeting to override the veto.
Polarization would be a welcome change to SGA elections.
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.
We don't need daylight saving time
The bill passed unanimously.
Some motorcyclists at the University of Maryland support the proposed legislation.