The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee on Tuesday heard comments for and against legislation that cover a wide range of aspects, including drag racing and other dangerous driving behavior that local Maryland governments and their police forces say are becoming bigger and bigger problems.
Month: January 2023
Still need your prom outfit? No you don’t, so how about donating it to Montgomery County’s giveaway
For the second year in a row, Montgomery County, Maryland’s, Department of Recreation will hold the “Praisner’s Prom Dress” giveaway event.
Virginia Senate kills Youngkin’s corporate, income tax cuts – WRIC ABC 8News
Virginia Senate kills Youngkin’s corporate, income tax cuts WRIC ABC 8News
Youngkin’s tax cut plan hits roadblock in Senate committee – The Center Square
Youngkin’s tax cut plan hits roadblock in Senate committee The Center Square
Maryland lawmakers eye four-day workweek – The Hill
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Here are 2023′s tax filing deadlines, late penalties, and tax code changes for Pennsylvanians The Philadelphia Inquirer
Traffic stop lasts just 8 seconds for acting Maryland State Police … – The Baltimore Banner
Traffic stop lasts just 8 seconds for acting Maryland State Police … The Baltimore Banner
Study: Md. will need massive investment in low-income housing retrofits to meet aggressive climate goals
If Maryland doesn’t make the necessary investments to convert the homes of its poorest residents away from fossil fuels, the state will fall well short of its climate goals, a new study found.
Marylanders with disabilities may be able to vote curbside next election
The Maryland General Assembly will examine a new bill that would make curbside voting available for people with a disability recognized by the Americans with Disabilities Act, who are physically unable to enter the building or who are pregnant.
Man dead, woman injured in Rockville house fire
A man is dead and a woman is in critical condition after a Maryland home caught on fire late Monday night.