MHLA March Newsletter

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Mid-Session Message from MHLA President & CEO As we approach the third month of the Maryland General Assembly 2019 … More

MHLA February Newsletter

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Legislative Happenings The 2019 Maryland General Assembly opened on January 9 with 61 new Legislators taking seats.  As is … More

MHLA January Newsletter

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MHLA Legislative Committee named for 2019 Lawmakers have returned to Annapolis for the 2019 Maryland General Assembly Session, and … More

MHLA December Newsletter

  Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Baltimore City Council passes Short-term Rental Regulations On December 6, 2018, the Baltimore City Council passed Bill 18-0189, Short-term Residential … More

MHLA November Newsletter

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Legislative Updates A Win for Maryland’s Lodging Industry! Short-term Rental Regulations Passed in Prince George’s County On October 23, … More

MHLA October Newsletter

      Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more.   View this email in your browser     GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MHLA is actively working on legislation that could impact hotels in multiple local jurisdictions.  Some … More

MHLA September Newsletter

    Lodging industry legislative updates, MHLA events, local industry/member news and more. View this email in your browser GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Short-term Rental Legislation Short-term rental bills in two Maryland jurisdictions are seeing activity this week. On September 11, 2018, … More