State legislation could allow Maryland to adopt a Restaurant Meals Program as part of its Food Supplement Program. This would allow homeless, disabled and elderly people to use their Electronic Benefits Transfer card at participating restaurants.
Maryland state legislation could allow minors to give consent for pre-exposure prophylaxis, a popular treatment used to prevent the contraction of human immunodeficiency virus or HIV.
Concerns about a possible hiring-policy change at the Maryland Department of Health involving Gov. Larry Hogan’s appointments office prompted legislation that would add more oversight to enforce laws enacted by the state more than a decade ago.