Maryland’s 90-day legislative session ended at midnight with the traditional balloon and confetti drop. During the session, lawmakers finalized bills on conceal-carry gun regulations and set license and tax rates for the recreational marijuana industry. Other bills will put a referendum to voters to enshrine the right to abortion in the state Constitution and increase the penalty for illegally carrying a gun from three years to five years. Governor Wes Moore will hold the first in a series of bill signings at noon today. The bills that will be signed into law include the Fair Wage Act which implements an earlier increase in the minimum wage and the Child Victims Act which lifts the statute of limitations for civil lawsuits related to child sex abuse.