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An increase in gas taxes, a repeal of the death penalty and a renewed discussion of liability for pit-bull owners are some of the issues currently on the table for Maryland's 2013 legislative session.
ANNAPOLIS -- A panel of Maryland lawmakers Thursday recommended that Gov. Martin O'Malley cut the state's projected budget deficit of $382 million by more than half in the next fiscal year.
Maryland's House Republican leaders said Friday they are troubled by the boating accident involving Republican Delegate Don H. Dwyer Jr., who has admitted he had been drinking while operating a motorboat before a collision that hospitalized six people, including the delegate.
Maryland residents can now register online to vote using a new Web-based system.
A new state commission charged with crafting a bill to expand gambling in Maryland will have to overcome a short time frame and skepticism from House lawmakers.
House Republicans on Tuesday threw their support behind the state's approved $35.4 billion budget, urging Democratic leaders not to call a widely expected special session during which they could add hundreds of millions in new taxes and spending.
Ever since the Maryland General Assembly adjourned at midnight Monday without approving a set of tax and revenue increases, the question in political circles has been not if, but when, lawmakers will be called back to the State House to pass the legislation.
The Maryland House could vote as soon as Friday on a state budget that would increase overall spending by more than $1.5 billion next year.
A Maryland House committee voted Monday night to significantly dial back a set of income-tax increases approved last week by the state Senate.