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Many with nonviolent criminal records would have improved access to employment under a bill making its way through the General Assembly in Annapolis Members of the Senate Judicial Proceedings and House Judiciary Committees heard arguments today on the Maryland Second Chance Act of 2014.
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Maryland is one step closer to decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana this legislative session, but a series of hurdles remain.
Some lawmakers eager to see a new standard for liability on dog bites were concerned that the House might chip away at the compromise version that emerged from the Senate.
For Demetrius Smith, that's how long it has been since he was released from a Maryland prison for a crime he didn't commit.
A measure to create an added penalty for crimes of violence committed in front of children has passed the Maryland House of Delegates.
Maryland Senator Christopher Shank wants to make sure judges can still order treatment for persistent marijuana users if Maryland decriminalizes the drug.
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Both Gov. Martin O'Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown say they welcome the federal review into Maryland's botched health insurance exchange that's coming at the request of Rep. Andy Harris.
Health insurers in Maryland and throughout the country are jeopardizing patient health by dramatically and arbitrarily increasing the cost of vital medications.
Heather Mizeur, a two-term Maryland delegate, is running for governor in an attempt to make the safely Democratic state a laboratory of liberalism.
Over solid Republican objections, the Senate voted Monday night to remove the one-year statute of limitation on an existing law against using a handgun in a crime of violence or other felony.
Maryland, one of the bluest of blue states, is the poster child demonstrating that taxing the rich fails to balance the state budget.
The Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee passed a bipartisan bill to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana with an 8-3 vote on Friday.
With a bipartisan vote of 120-13, the House of Delegates passed a bill Friday to raise the estate tax exemption threshold over the next five years.
Holocaust survivor Leo Bretholz was among those who seek reparations from a train firm likely to win bid on Metro's Purple Line in Pikesville.
A federal inspector general is launching a review into what went wrong with Maryland's health insurance exchange, the first examination focused specifically on how millions of dollars in federal money was spent by the state, according to the lawmaker who requested the probe.