Maryland’s state song could be on the road to repeal. The House Health and Government Operations Committee voted in favor of a bill from Speaker Pro Tem Sheree Sample-Hughes (D-Lower Shore) that would remove “Maryland, My Maryland” as an official state symbol. The vote, taken during a virtual meeting on Monday afternoon, was along party lines, with the committee’s seven Republicans voting against the repeal.
Democrats on House Committee Vote to Repeal ‘Maryland, My Maryland’ as an Official State Symbol
March 9, 2021