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Maryland lawmakers continue to craft cannabis provisions in preparation for adult use in July.

A political leader who became one of the most influential women in Annapolis at a time when there weren’t many.

Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy (D) will participate in a symposium next week in Washington, D.C., featuring nationally known Black activists, community…

Del. Al Carr’s late withdrawal from re-election bid sparks calls for reform.

One year after lawmakers passed sweeping police reform bills in Maryland, attempts to fine-tune those reforms have largely withered this General Assembly session. Lawmakers…

Public Defender

House and Senate lawmakers are making another attempt this session to limit criminal penalties for Marylanders who use illicit drugs. House Judiciary Committee Vice…

House Bill 1 would give voters the ability to chart the state’s course on marijuana legalization in November.

Public Health

Del. David Moon (D-Montgomery) and Sen. Jill P. Carter (D-Baltimore City) are making their third attempt at decriminalizing drug paraphernalia in Maryland this session.

Advocates cheer push toward legalization but worry that marijuana users will light up too soon.


The bill would require the Attorney General’s office and professional boards be notified when someone is eligible for compensation after a wrongful conviction.