By JOE RYAN and E.A. BREEDEN,
Capital News Service

ANNAPOLIS – Capital News Service provides a photo and video gallery of colorful photos of sine die, the end of 2022 General Assembly legislative session, with captions.

The Maryland Senate session ends with roaring applause as confetti and balloons descend from the gallery above, marking the end of the 2022 General Assembly legislative session. (E. A. Breeden/Capital News Service)
Senate President Bill Ferguson, D-Baltimore, watches confetti rain down around him as the 2022 Maryland General Assembly legislative session ends just before the clock strikes midnight Tuesday. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
The clock strikes midnight in the Senate chamber Tuesday, signaling the end of the 2022 General Assembly legislative session. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Senate clerks watch confetti rain down around them as the Maryland General Assembly legislative session ends just before the clock strikes midnight. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Sen. Will Smith, D-Montgomery, embraces a colleague after the Maryland General Assembly legislative session ended. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Sen. Paul Pinsky, D-Prince George’s, the lead sponsor of the General Assembly’s landmark climate change legislation, rubs his eyes as the legislative session moves into the 13th hour. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Sen. Jim Rosapepe, D-Prince George’s and Anne Arundel, smiles during a rare moment of joviality during an intense night as legislators worked to pass bills during a 14-hour session on the last day of the 2022 General Assembly session. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Sen. Dolores Kelley, D-Baltimore County, who pushed through the bill that backers hope will provide more access to abortion, reflects on her last night on the Senate floor as a representative. She is retiring after the 2022 legislative session. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Sens. Guy Guzzone. D-Howard, and Paul Pinsky, D-Prince George’s, gather around a laptop on the Senate floor during heated debate on the last day of the session. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Del. Rachel Jones, Calvert and Prince George’s, speaks to the press just after midnight Tuesday following sine die, the end of the General Assembly legislative session. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
A balloon and confetti decorate the Senate floor in celebration of the end of the 2022 Maryland General Assembly legislative session. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan speaks to reporters at a press conference at Government House, the governor’s official residence, during which he touted the tax cut for retirees and other legislation he championed. (Joe Ryan/Capital News Service)

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