Oct. 1 is the day many pieces of legislation go into effect in the state. Noah’s Law is probably the most well-known, but there are many others.
The Maryland Board of Revenue Estimates announced Wednesday that revenues for the current fiscal year are expected to be $365 million less than predicted in March.
Under a recent bill, in cases assessing a parent’s ability to care for their child, judges and claimants will need to follow new procedures before introducing a person’s disability in court.
Gray’s death and the civil unrest that followed brought a spotlight to issues that Baltimore has faced for years.
Maryland has spent around $27 million in the past decade on buildings that are mostly vacant.