Starting on April 15, 2019, a new Baltimore City Ordinance requires employers in Baltimore City to provide lactation accommodations to breastfeeding employees.
Those that go before us, have shown us the way. Maryland native, E. Ralph Hostetter, passed away on March 26th at the age of 97.
Home to more than 2,850 biotech and life sciences companies, Maryland is on the front line of developing lifesaving vaccines and unparalleled innovations. Growth within the region is rapid—and the results are revolutionary.
Sine Die has come and gone but the work doesn’t stop here.
On the final day of session, the Pathways in Technology Early College High School Expansion Act of 2019 (HB440) passed through the Senate, opening the door for additional P-TECH planning grants in Maryland.
Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates Mike Busch passed away yesterday, at age 72, after a recent bought with pneumonia following complications from his liver transplant in 2017.
Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small businesses engaged in aquaculture and private nonprofit organizations located in Maryland.
When Maryland’s most accomplished business leaders gather on Tuesday, May 7th at MGM National Harbor for a newly created formal evening called “Inspire MD,” it will be an event true to its name.
Kaiser Permanente celebrated the grand opening today for a new 176,000-square-foot administrative building in the New Carrollton Transit Center in Prince George’s County.
Take a glimpse at scenes from last night’s MD Connections event.
Session is coming to an end and in less than one week, come midnight on April 8th, every bill that made it past Crossover Day will have a decided fate.
Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest not-for-profit integrated health care system, alongside Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, Jr., announced its plans to open a new five-story, state-of-the-art multi-specialty medical center in Timonium, Md.