Stricter enforcement of the Maryland Public Information Act might be on the way with a bill establishing a panel to oversee fees state agencies charge to respond to requests for information.
Hogan Seeks to Support Owners with Tax-Relief Bill
As wind energy companies try to find their footing in Maryland, state senators proposed a bill that would limit turbines’ heights, as well as their companies’ interests, in southern Maryland.
Senate members started wildly applauding, cheering and whistling as the 46-0 vote lit up the board, marking the official passage of the state budget through the chamber.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development launched a national media campaign Wednesday designed to draw more attention to some of the most significant housing discrimination issues.