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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, 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.

Senate President weighs in on BGE controversy State Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) and the delegates from his legislative district are weighing in…

Lobbying corps exceeds 600 as special interests paid nearly $44.3 million for representation in before state agencies and the General Assembly.

The nephew of Maryland’s senior senator eyes the race for an opportunity and Dereck Davis remembers the time former Sen. Tommie Broadwater gave him advice about being a “punk.”

Six Republicans have now announced bids for the 6th District seat or filed paperwork to become candidates, and the list is almost certain to grow. The Democratic field is also growing.

Light rail project is nearly five years behind schedule and nearly $4 billion over budget.

Treasurer demands more transparency and a new deal

State transit officials said system was improving prior to findings of the U.S. Attorney in Maryland.

Gov. Wes Moore (D) on Monday announced nearly a dozen appointments to two new cannabis-related entities, just after adult-use sales became legal in the…

The new projections could pose a test to Gov. Wes Moore’s ambitious policy agenda.

MTA and Purple Line Transit Partners ask to open in spring 2027 and add $148 million to the cost.