After Gov. Martin O’Malley signs one of nation’s most restrictive gun laws, Beretta says it intends to move out of state [Guns.com] Unfortunately, high cigarette taxes promote this sort of thing: “Ocean City cigarette smuggling ring had ties to terror groups, police say” [Baltimore Sun, Tax Foundation] Responding to critics (such as), legislature caps the [...]Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Beretta USA has been headquartered in Maryland for many years. But Maryland’s left-wing governor, Martin O’Malley, has just signed legislation that, among other things, bans the possession or use of average-capacity magazines. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley on Thursday signed into law one of the United States' toughest gun control measures, even as opponents vowed to overturn it.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is leading Democrats to wins. Gov. Martin O'Malley literally got everything he wanted in this session. Every bill his administration proposed was passed during the session. Some of the higher profile and...Show More Summary
Maryland governor Martin O’Malley has moved to end health-insurance benefits for same-sex partners of state employees after the state voted to recognize same-sex marriage last year. Same-sex couples will now need to get married in order...Show More Summary
When Maryland's Governor Martin O'Malley signed the repeal of the death penalty in his state, it might be said he was administering a...
Governor Martin J. O'Malley Signs STRIDE Bill for Natural Gas Infrastructure Replacements in Maryland WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Washington Gas announced today that Maryland Governor Martin J. O'Malley has signed into law a bill that would speed up critical natural gas infrastructure replacement projects. Show More Summary
Today, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley signed into law a repeal of the death penalty in Maryland. Last month, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) engaged in a live filibuster for hours to draw attention to drone and assassination policies that have been … Continue reading ?
Governor Martin O'Malley signs bill into law banning possession, sale, and distribution of shark fins in Maryland Maryland made history today by becoming the first East Coast state to ban the possession, sale and distribution of shark fins throughout the state. Show More Summary
Maryland is the first state south of the Mason-Dixon line to do it. Maryland is the 18th state to abolish the death penalty. The bill will not apply to the five men the state has on death row, but the governor can commute their sentences to life without parole. O’Malley has said he will consider [...]
Maryland became the 18th state to abolish the death penalty Thursday, as Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) signed the bill he vied for into law. The law will not affect five prisoners currently on death row, but O’Malley will consider whether to commute their sentences, according to the Associated Press. While Maryland is the sixth state [...]
With a stroke of his pen Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D) made his state the latest to adopt medical marijuana. One of the several bills O’Malley signed into law this morning was HB 1101, Medical Marijuana – Academic Medical Centers – Natalie M. Show More Summary
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley on Thursday signed a bill repealing the state’s death penalty statute, making it the sixth state to abolish capital punishment since 2007.
(ANNAPOLIS, Md.) — Maryland has become the first state south of the Mason-Dixon line to abolish the death penalty. Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley signed the measure at a crowded ceremony on Thursday. Attending was one-time Maryland death row inmate Kirk Bloodsworth. Show More Summary
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley has signed death penalty abolition into law, making his state the 18th in the U.S. to abandon capital punishment.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bill abolishing Maryland's death penalty was signed by Governor Martin O'Malley on Thursday, making the U.S. state the 18th to abolish state-sanctioned executions, a spokeswoman said.
Hooray for Maryland! Expressing concerns about the risk of deadly error, the exorbitant and ever-increasing cost, racial bias and the unending torment of murder victims' family members, today Maryland Governor, Martin O'Malley, signed into law repeal of that state's death penalty. Show More Summary
There are some rights that are so fundamental to our society that you'd think the public debate would be closed on them. The right of...
What could be more important than a huge political scandal unfolding in Maryland over prison corruption? Well, Gov. Martin O'Malley is in Israel, mulling a presidential run in 2016. Marco Rubio was there before him. The Israel lobby at work
Over a decade after 9/11, many of our communities have become more prepared to deal with the threat of a terrorist attack or crisis situation like the Boston Marathon bombing. Leaders in every community must ask themselves whether they are doing everything they can to be prepared.