Recently, Governor Hogan signed HB 281 (sponsored by Delegate Miller). Maryland has committed 7 million dollars to computer science education and requires high schools to offer CS by school year 2021-22. Also, The Maryland Center for Computing Education has been established at the University System of Maryland.
This was a combined effort. Thank you teachers, students, higher ed, business partners, state dept, school district leaders, parents, advocates, legislators, etc.
See Code.org's blog post
about the passage of the bill.