Election Reforms Will Make Voting More Accessible In Maryland, Advocates Say

Election reform had momentum heading into Maryland’s 2021 legislative session after voters overwhelmingly embraced absentee...

Opinion: If Society Values Redemption, Then Changes to Sentencing Rule Are Necessary

Opportunity for parole should be based on two factors: meeting terms of punishment and rehabilitation.The...

Hogan Announces End of COVID-19 State of Emergency in Maryland

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced the forthcoming end of the Maryland public health...

Advocates Continue Efforts to Close Vaccine Gap for Latino Communities

Last May, the University of Maryland’s Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health started clinical...

Josh Kurtz: Political Potpourri

It should come as a surprise to nobody, but Angela D. Alsobrooks (D) is really...

Opinion: Dist. 18 Constituents Question Senator’s Priorities on Police Reform, Other Measures

One of the key responsibilities of elected officials is to safeguard those who are most...

Md. Coal-Fired Power Plant Will Retire Five Years Early — Before Worker Retraining Kicks In

The operator of the second largest coal-fired power plant in Maryland announced that the plant...

Top Lawmakers Call Use of Force By Ocean City Police “Disturbing”

The state’s top political leaders expressed outrage Monday morning after the release of cellphone footage...

New Maryland Law Will Expand Adolescents’ Access to Mental Health Care

Following contentious debate during the 2021 legislative session, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) has...

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