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The confirmation of a historic nominee to lead the Maryland State Police remains in limbo after nearly an hour of testimony before the Senate Executive…

U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday debated if enough has changed to prevent a repeat of the infant formula shortage, more than a year after a…

Gov. Wes Moore (D) said Monday that he will send a supplemental budget proposal to the General Assembly that would include nearly $35 million…

Maryland is offering reimbursements to thousands of residents who have recently fallen victim to Electronic Benefits Transfer fraud.

Two more Republican nominees to elections boards ran into confirmation problems in the Maryland Senate on Monday.  The Senate Executive Nominations Committee voted to…

Legalization bill expected to hit Senate floor this week; differences remain between Senate and House.

In some states, so-called labor peace agreements have figured prominently in efforts to set up legal pot marketplaces.

Maryland should get rid of “antiquated and discriminatory” policies for cannabis drug testing by employers, an advocate argues.

All 24 Maryland school systems summarize how specific positions such as math and science teachers remain hard to fill.

Empty acres. The House of Delegates was in for 21 minutes Friday morning. The full Senate wasn’t required to show, but five senators turned…

The governor met with members of the Coalition of Black Maryland State Troopers for about 90 minutes Friday to discuss Roland Butler Jr.

Unveils nominees for State Board of Education, University System of Maryland Board of Regents, and more key slots. Two appointees are elected officials.

A bipartisan group of former U.S. lawmakers on the National Council on Election Integrity called on Congress on Friday to spend $400 million on…

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Maryland should get rid of “antiquated and discriminatory” policies for cannabis drug testing by employers, an advocate argues.

In alliance together, environmentalists and farmers are teaming up to address on-farm composting rules.

The head of the Delmarva Fisheries Association shares his ideas for improving water quality in the Bay and water flowing into the Bay.

The head of the Maryland Office of People’s Counsel pushes back against arguments that Maryland is not ready for an electrification transformation.