There are four bills that are part of a package supporting reproductive rights this legislative session.
Telework fairness legislation currently proposed in the MGA would require state and education employers to offer a hybrid telework option to employees.
Fifty-two percent of women between the ages 18 and 34 reported receiving an unsolicited explicit image, according to a 2017 Pew Research Center survey about online harassment.
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.
Throughout 2022, families across Maryland grappled with an error in the state’s prepaid college fund that left hundreds of account holders unable to access the benefits of their savings accounts.
If passed, the bill would create a pilot program encouraging companies to decrease their employees’ weekly hours from 40 to 32.
Martinez, a 26-year-old who lives in New Carrollton, grew up in Prince George’s County and began his career working for CASA de Maryland
Moore put forward $500 million to continue funding the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, an education reform plan, and $1.1 billion for school construction.
The 88-page bill includes measures to help communities that were most negatively impacted by the war on drugs.