March 13, 2020 •
Maryland General Assembly Closed to the Public Amid Coronavirus Concerns
On March 12, the Maryland General Assembly announced the State House, the House and Senate office buildings, and Department of Legislative Services will be closed to the public.
Only people with a state-issued credential are permitted access.
Further, a mandatory telework policy has been put into effect for all non-essential personnel.
The announcement came after Gov. Larry Hogan instituted a similar telework policy for state agencies.
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