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The court cases, one in Texas and one in Idaho, could decide whether federal protections to receive life-saving emergency care include emergency abortions when the pregnant patient’s life is in danger.

Some elected officials were surprised and disappointed that they were left off the list of officially sanctioned Biden delegates to the Democratic National Convention.

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The clock is ticking, and soon enough federal funds for robust transit expansion will not be available. Is that MDOT MTA’s plan?

Maryland’s Harris votes against all the foreign aid measures; Raskin joins 36 progressive Democrats voting against aid to Israel bill.

The leading Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate tout experience, statewide support and electability in the Fox45 studios in Baltimore.

VoteVets PAC has helped elect scores of Democratic military veterans to public offices, including Gov. Wes Moore (D) and state Attorney General Anthony Brown (D).

Two powerful Black officeholders from Prince George’s turn against their county executive, while The Washington Post editorial board takes sides in the primary.

President Biden during his campaign in 2020 promised to nix the Trump administration’s Title IX regulations. 

The five state agencies and commissions have until June 15 to submit Blueprint documents with a focus on work between fiscal year 2024 to fiscal year 2027.

Well over 300,000 people have lost Medicaid coverage, according to monthly data updates from the Department of Health. And there is still one month left in the Medicaid unwinding period for Maryland.

District 3 Democratic forum puts all of the candidates on equal footing, at least for an evening. Hometown lawmaker Elfreth wins the straw poll.

Legislative package includes several foreign policy measures and protections against fentanyl coming into the country.

In the legislation, anyone who opposes the law can decide not to participate, including patients, physicians, and pharmacists.

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In fiscal year 2022, seven of the city’s police officers received more than $100,000 in overtime pay.

Pro-abortion groups, led by a new organization, Freedom in Reproduction-Maryland, urge voters to approve the new language in an informational campaign called ‘Vote Yes on Reproductive Freedom.’

Between the governor, the lieutenant governor and their joint fundraising committee, they have more than $2.4 million on hand for their 2026 reelection.

Comptroller sees progress on minority business programs and making climate a priority in state agency contracts.

Senate President Bill Ferguson said the recent arrest and resignation of a Republican member of the State Board of Elections means some future nominations will face more scrutiny.

Nine governors have written to the president and congressional leaders on immigration policy.

Billions in deficits over the remainder of Moore’s term have some lawmakers asking about tax increases.

Some Democrats who were unable to buy tickets immediately wondered if someone had bought up all the seats in an effort to sway the straw poll results.

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The clock is ticking, and soon enough federal funds for robust transit expansion will not be available. Is that MDOT MTA’s plan?

In the legislation, anyone who opposes the law can decide not to participate, including patients, physicians, and pharmacists.

The state’s decision to significantly cut commuter bus service will set back goals to improve equity, sustainability and mobility.

If super rich, super smart philanthropists, who made their fortunes as innovators, can’t figure out how to reform public schools, who can?