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C.T. Wilson

C.T. Wilson

House committee’s decision to amend a popular consumer protection bill puts its fate in doubt as Sine Die approaches.

The House and Senate versions of the bill could be approved within days of each other, then reviewed by the other chamber.

Some lawmakers worry the state is usurping local zoning authority.

The legislation would provide more favorable clean energy credits to USWind and envisions directing state regulators to open more lease space to other potential bidders.

Democrats seek to make it harder to scalp tickets, provide data protections for adults and children.

The Md. Dept. of the Environment estimates that at least $1 billion annually in new state spending is necessary for investments that would help the state meet its climate goals.

At least six complaints are filed against Key School, a private school in Annapolis, under the Child Victims Act.

Dozens of people are represented in lawsuits filed in the week that the Child Victims Act took effect.

Several stakeholders have begun openly wondering if the state needs uniform standards on where and how to build renewable energy installations.

Police departments reporting declines in gun seizures they say is driven by bans on searches based on the odor of cannabis.