Monday, April 11th, was Sine Die, the last day of the 444th Maryland General Assembly, it was one for the record books. We held in-person Committee Meetings, Session and Voting, and we held more meetings by Zoom - the Covid-19 cloud truly disrupted the operations of the General Assembly.
Sen. Pam Beidle (D) said she will seek approval on Wednesday to introduce a measure aimed squarely at Baltimore-Washington Rapid Rail (BWRR), the company seeking to build a superconducting magnetic levitation system between the two cities. By Bruce DePuyt| Maryland Matters
A statewide paid family and medical leave program got final legislative approval in the Senate on Thursday evening, sending the measure to the governor in time for a potential in-session veto override before the session ends on April 11. By Elizabeth Shwe | Maryland Matters