Staring down a laundry list of ambitious goals and a growing state budget deficit that could restrict some progress on his plans, Gov. Wes Moore is setting his sights on passing more than a dozen new laws that he says will improve public safety, affordability, the economy and public service work. Incentivizing the construction of affordable housing, offering new grants for community revitalization and protecting election workers are among the aims of the Democratic governor’s 16 bills in the annual 90-day session of the Maryland General Assembly that runs through April 8.
A look at Maryland Gov. Wes Moore’s 16-part legislative agenda for 2024
February 7, 2024