"I think that there would be nothing more horrifying than to get a Twitter or Facebook with your picture up there in a, how would you say, compromising position."
"I just think it's the appropriate thing to do," Edwards said. "People say well, if you make it 70, they're going to go faster, but that may or may not be a fact."
A Maryland lawmaker says he wants to save tax-payer money by limiting hotel stays for some legislators during the Maryland General Assembly's yearly session.
You could be able to buy school supplies costing up to $100 each during Maryland's tax-free week if a bill passes in the Maryland General Assembly.
People over the age of 21 would be allowed to have up to an ounce of marijuana, and grow up to six marijuana plants if the bills passes in the State House.
You could get a tax credit for adopting a shelter animal, or a tax credit off veterinarian costs for a retired police dog if two bills pass in the Maryland General Assembly.
"We just need to know what's going on, what's transpiring. We don't need people saying that police officer did something to them that they didn't do, and we have a record of it."
"As this happens, as people block the left lane, not only does it cause unnecessary traffic congestion, it causes people to to end up driving aggressively because they swerve into the right lane. They cut people off."
"I believe that people who cheat when they vote should be penalized accordingly, and it is a huge honor that we have in this nation to have the right to a fair and free election."
Edwards says a bow and arrow would not adequately protect hunters if a bear tried to attack them.
Hundreds of people turned out for a hearing this afternoon in Annapolis to discuss a bill that would raise Maryland's minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour by 2016.
"Other products are more expensive. It takes more money to get as drunk, and young people are price sensitive."
The Maryland Senate passed the amended bill inside the state house with a 34-to-seven vote.
The approved bills now go to committees for a vote. If they pass in committee, they'll head to the Maryland Senate and Maryland House of Delegates.
Giving the sheriff a raise, from $100,000 to $125,000 a year, got the green light from the delegation.
"I think people, when they elect us, they expect us to come down here and vote on behalf of our constituents and what's best, and they don't expect us to basically leave the legislature and cash out."
Western Maryland lawmakers are working on a bill to reduce estate taxes in the state.
It appears that Darren Brown will be the mayor in Chambersburg and incumbent Bruce Hockersmith will be the mayor in Shippensburg.
The candidates and their volunteers spent the day waving and greeting voters outside the different polling locations.
The big day has come for candidates and voters in Frederick, Maryland, as a new Mayor and Board of Aldermen will be elected.