Maryland Governor Wes Moore has signed nearly 200 more bills into law. The measures passed during this year’s General Assembly session focused on economic development, state and local taxes, natural resources, transportation and agriculture. The governor says leaving no one behind means leaving no part of the economy behind “from agriculture to the arts.” Moore says the bills are centered on making the state’s economy more equitable, more competitive and more innovative. The new laws include the Access to Banking Act which will create a fund using public and private money to help banking institutions and credit unions serve low and moderate-income areas of the state. The governor is scheduled to hold another bill-signing on Friday.