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Maryland reported nine new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, the biggest one-day jump since the state began counting and releasing infection numbers. As of Saturday…

The number of people with access to the State House complex is dwindling, even as lawmakers ramp up efforts to pass key pieces of…

Maryland’s chief tax collector implored state lawmakers to delay action on revenue measures, saying that a looming recession — or worse — make this…

Prisons are particular incubators for the spread of disease — and the Hogan administration this week suspended visits to inmates in 20 state-run correctional…

Anxiety and tempers flared in Annapolis on Friday afternoon as the governor and leadership in the General Assembly sparred briefly over what preventative measures…

In a whirlwind series of events on Friday, Maryland’s newest superintendent of state police was confirmed by the Maryland Senate at what is likely…

Maryland residents who lack health insurance — and who are spooked by the COVID-19 outbreak — can sign-up for coverage next week. In response…

A year ago, it didn’t seem possible that a General Assembly session could be more surreal. In the course of a few short weeks…

The Maryland General Assembly will work through the weekend ― and under extraordinary circumstances. Members have been asked to dismiss their staffs as legislative…

State officials on Thursday announced a series of measures to mitigate the outbreak of COVID-19 in Maryland — including ordering all public schools closed…