ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Today Governor Martin O'Malley will sign another 300 bills that were approved in this year's legislative session.
He will also sign the budget and tax bills approved last week in a special session.
Those bills include an income tax increase for people earning more than 100-thousand dollars and households earning more than 150-thousand dollars a year.
Governor O'Malley is also expected to sign a bill that would make Maryland the first state to ban an arsenic additive in chicken feed.
State lawmakers passed a bill banning the use of Roxarsone.
It's a chemical used to help the birds grow and fight parasites. The law would go into effect on January 1st.
Top bills to be signed
The bills cover about 93 pages. See a complete list here .
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