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Bryan Sears covers the governor and General Assembly, state politics and transportation for Maryland Matters. He has covered the Maryland State House for the last two decades at the Baltimore Sun Media Group, Patch.com and most recently, The Daily Record. Sears has won multiple state and national awards for police and crime reporting, local and state government coverage and investigative reporting that resulted in a guilty plea by a government official for stealing from his own campaign account. He’s a frequent radio and television contributor.

Lawmakers in the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate advanced two bills on Friday that are part of a package of legislation drafted in response…

Members of the legislative veterans caucus are “gravely concerned” about situation at state-owned St. Mary’s County nursing home.

Moore: The situation happening at Charlotte Hall is a moral failure of government.

A bill allowing victims of sexual abuse to file a lawsuit for incidents that occurred decades ago appears on its way to final Senate approval after clearing a key preliminary hurdle.

Legislation to restrict the carrying of handguns in Maryland is moving through both the House of Delegates and the Senate, albeit in different formats….

Roy McGrath’s federal corruption trial is on indefinite hold after the former aide to former Gov. Larry Hogan (R) failed to appear in court…

Former chief of staff to Gov. Hogan charged with wire fraud and improperly securing a $233,648 severance payment from the Maryland Environmental Service.

Sen. Joanne Benson said Lt. Col. Roland Butler Jr. was unresponsive to concerns about how Black troopers were disciplined and complaints about racism.

Gov. Wes Moore is adding a second sport to his resume this week while also looking at one potential future for a revitalized area around Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

A computer outage at the Office of the State Comptroller has stopped the agency from processing tax returns and refunds.