Governor Martin O'Malley
Via Foxbaltimore.com A city correctional task force has been formed by Governor Martin O’Malley consists of police, prosecutors, and investigators. The task for will employ a wide variety of law enforcement to investigate and prosecute gang violence and corruption in the Baltimore City Detention Center. The new task force will be a powerful new weapon […]
Via Foxbaltimore.com In Annapolis on Thursday, Governor Martin O’Malley signed a bill to reduce the on-going trend of cyber-bullying. The new law has gained a lot of attention from news sources and celebrities. Baltimore Raven, Ray Rice, made a brief stop to support the newly signed bill that will takes direction toward cyber bullies. Read […]
Via Foxbaltimore.com Gun-control legislation is back in front of House lawmakers. Two committees in the state’s House Of Delegates are planning to meet and vote on Martin O’Malley’s gun control measure today. The measure has been dragged down for weeks over a debate about some guns that would be allowed in the state under an assault weapons […]
Via Foxbaltimore.com The Maryland senate has finally voted to accept some changes to Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gun control measure. The senate voted 28-19 today to accept nineteen out of twenty amendments made by the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee last week. The amendment would ban people who have been involuntarily committed from maintaining a rifle or […]
Via: Foxbaltimore.com O’Malley is set to sign a bill that would make Maryland the first state to ban an arsenic additive in chicken feed. He’s also scheduled to sign a measure requiring all Maryland public schools to keep epinephrine on hand for students in the event of a life-threatening allergic reaction. Click here to read […]
Via: Foxbaltimore.com Gov. Martin O’Malley and leading lawmakers are set to discuss Maryland’s upcoming special legislative session. The Democratic governor agreed to call the special session after the Democratic-led legislature failed to agree on a budget, triggering more than $500 million in cuts. The House and Senate are expected to use the session to push […]
Via: WBAL-TV Governor O’Malley’s daughter, Tara O’Malley, was treated and released from a Baltimore hospital Thursday evening. No details were released about the visit but the Governor’s spokesperson asked that the family’s privacy is respected.