Normally I wouldn't say "yay, the legislature is proposing so many bills that they can't get through them all," but that might be a bit of good news with the more controversial gun bills like SB1.
“We are not going to be able to pass every bill that either could be passed or should be passed. It’s a logistic impossibility,” said Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City). “We’re going to do the best that we can to prioritize the things we know we have the votes for, the things we know that we can get through and don’t back up additional bills.”
Political Notes: Bill backlog likely spells doom for some proposals, fundraising off a failed nominee and much more as General Assembly hits halfway point - Maryland Matters
A slow start to the 2023 Maryland General Assembly Session means some bills likely won't pass. Maybe even those on Gov. Wes Moore's agenda.