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The measure would allow families of babies who suffer neurological injuries during birth to sidestep the lawsuit process and seek compensation directly from a statewide fund.
Maryland lawmakers are set to get their first real whiff of marijuana legislation this session with hearings scheduled on measures that look to lift or loosen the state’s ban on recreational use of the drug.
Sen. Barbara Mikulski supports a bill requiring cell phones to have a kill switch allowing victims of theft to deactivate the devices from a website.
New information and a new person of interest have surfaced in the disappearance of Sheila (12) and Katherine (10) Lyon nearly four decades ago.
Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland sharply criticized the contractor in charge of conducting a background check on Aaron Alexis, the man responsible for the shooting at the Washington Navy Yard that killed 12 people last year.
The Anne Arundel County Food and Resources Bank relies on a dozen inmates to perform the bulk of the food bank’s heavy lifting in return for time trimmed off sentences.
Maryland courts propose expanding the use of video conferencing, but some lawmakers are concerned the technology is too impersonal for use in juvenile proceedings.