Over the next three months, Maryland’s 47 state senators and 141 delegates will decide how to spend billions of taxpayer dollars and consider hundreds of other bills. Ahead of their return to Annapolis on Wednesday for their annual legislative session, we want to know what’s on the minds of the constituents they serve.
A year ago, an increase to Maryland’s minimum wage and a plan to increase funding for public schools were among the biggest moves. This session, education funding remains a focus, sports betting could be legalized, and Gov. Larry Hogan plans a series of bills targeting crime. But we’re looking for questions about the issues you’re thinking about, whether they’re on lawmakers’ lists or not. Your responses will be used to inform our journalism. Select questions may be answered on our politics team’s Facebook Live broadcasts on the Baltimore Sun Facebook page.