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  • Toll cuts, new laws arrive with start of fiscal year

    Toll cuts, new laws arrive with start of fiscal year
    Maryland motorists will pay lower tolls, local governments no longer have to collect stormwater fees dubbed the "rain tax," and military retirees are getting a larger tax break.
  • Attorney General says fertility law for same-sex couples may discriminate against straight ones

    Attorney General says fertility law for same-sex couples may discriminate against straight ones
    A law passed this session to end discrimination against lesbian couples seeking advanced fertility treatments in Maryland may have "inadvertently" introduced discrimination against straight couples, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh....

    Bill's failure leaves county, state in ethics impasse

    Bill's failure leaves county, state in ethics impasse
    Anne Arundel County will remain out of compliance with state ethics law after legislation that would have fixed the issue stalled in committee, paving the way for a potential lawsuit if the state decides to pursue the matter. House Bill 175 would have...

    Pasadena senator violated ethics law

    Pasadena senator violated ethics law
    Sen. Bryan Simonaire has been found in violation of state ethics law but faces no penalty. The General Assembly Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics sent a letter to the Pasadena Republican on March 12, alerting him that his appearance in a...

    Meagan Simonaire reflects on her first General Assembly session

    Meagan Simonaire reflects on her first General Assembly session
    When House Bill 51 came up for a vote in the House of Delegates, Del. Meagan Simonaire rose to her feet to speak on the floor for the very first time. Reading from notes on her iPhone, Simonaire attacked the bill, saying it would continue the high...