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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.

State officials are edging closer to an official start of a long-awaited effort to resurrect a canceled east-west transit line. Gov. Wes Moore (D)…

Congressional scorecards are a dime a dozen — though some can be more influential than others. For decades, the annual scorecard from the American Conservative…

The poll asked voters to weigh in on matchups between Biden and two top Republican challengers and a hypothetical primary contest against Maryland Gov. Wes Moore.

Nearly 89% of those surveyed support making the possession of a stolen firearm a felony in Maryland.

A new survey by Annapolis-based Gonzales Research and Media Services finds voters have concerns even when asked to factor in benefits to the environment.

Renovation of the old Treasury Building, closed to the public for 50 years, is part of a $22.2 million State House project.

The 18-year veteran of the Maryland State Board of Elections will succeed Linda Lamone this fall.

Gov. Wes Moore said a cache was necessary because of federal court challenges to the drug mifepristone.

Cyclists can share the bridge during limited hours on weekends and state holidays but some are concerned it’s not safe.

Maryland’s State Board of Elections delayed on Monday an expected vote to name a new elections administrator. William Voelp, chair of the board, said…