March 19, 2020 •
Maryland General Assembly Adjourns
After shortening the session, the General Assembly managed to pass over 650 bills in three days before adjourning sine die on Wednesday March 18.
Among the passed legislation is House Bill 315, which increases penalties for bribery and extends revolving door restrictions.
House Bill 315 and other passed bills will now go to Gov. Larry Hogan who can sign, veto, or let them become law without his signature.
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