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The state’s biggest utilities want to delay the Climate Solutions Now Act with another study. The House needs to stand up to this “classic stall maneuver,” one climate activist writes.
Who’s to blame for the Friendly Garden Apartments blast?
Federation of labor unions opposes Senate Bill 794 which would remove MSDE employee protections. The bill undoes previous work to professionalize the department, its president writes.
An earlier commentary glossed over the facts at the heart of the dispute over this Historic East Towson housing project.
Tutoring programs capable of delivering big impacts are crucial for students who need to make up lost ground.
Destructive behavior around political campaigns is unacceptable and toxic. In the words of the late Rep. Elijah Cummings, “We are better than this!”
Systemic racism in both the legal system and immigration system puts Black immigrants at particular risk of ICE detention and deportation.
A former law enforcement official says some planning and preparation now can mitigate the impact should a cyberattack occur.
State’s attempt to advance new policy with input from all perspectives has garnered praise from a packaging industry expert.
Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake urges Maryland’s leaders to make a strong environmental stewardship statement during this legislative session.