Maryland could allow people to use EBT cards at restaurants

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.

Md. lawmakers want to increase sanctions for murder-for-hire

Maryland prosecutors will be able to go after the crime of solicitation to murder – no matter how long after the act, and for a felony – if a bipartisan bill passes.

Domestic Violence, Juvenile Detention and Cyber Stalking Bills at Forefront of Maryland Judiciary Committee Hearing

Domestic violence legislation led the way Friday afternoon at a Maryland House Judiciary Committee hearing that also included measures on juvenile justice and cyber stalking laws.