Maryland Legislature Adjourns Sine Die - State and Federal Communications

April 9, 2024  •  

Maryland Legislature Adjourns Sine Die

Maryland Capitol Building - Jimmy Emerson

Maryland’s 90-day legislative session ended on April 8.

The top items on the agenda that passed were the state budget; an economic relief act for the workers and businesses that relied on the Port of Baltimore; and several bills regarding public safety, affordability, economic competitiveness, and public service.

The state’s budget is notable as the governor signed an executive order extending the legislative session 10 days in order to give legislators time to finish it.

However, lawmakers did not need the extra time and managed to adjourn the day the session was previously planned to end.

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