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Lawmakers Eye Carbon Fee from Polluters to Pay Part of Kirwan Tab

Carbon-cutting legislation will be back in the General Assembly for the third year in a row, House and Senate sponsors said Tuesday, with an...
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Opinion: Is Montgomery as Progressive as Everyone Thinks It Is?

With everything that has been going on with the Montgomery County Public Schools boundary analysis study and people being shocked at the racist and...

Frank DeFilippo: The Popularity That Won’t Translate

Gov. Larry Hogan is a victim of his own popularity. He’s unable to translate his poll-tested high standing with the voting public into bending...

Legislative Leaders Promise Help for Baltimore, Prince George’s on Kirwan Costs

Prince George’s County officials are grappling with a proposed state education funding formula that could require a nine-digit local funding increase over the next...

Jones: We Can’t Let HBCU Suit Go to Supreme Court

Maryland’s top legislators on Wednesday committed to attempting to find a legislative solution to a 13-year lawsuit filed against the state by alumni and...

Legislative Black Caucus Lays Out Priorities for 2020 Session

Economic and criminal justice, education and health care are among the top priorities of the Legislative Black Caucus for the burgeoning 2020 session.During a...

10 Issues for the 2020 General Assembly Session

When the 441st session of the Maryland General Assembly gavels in on Wednesday, lawmakers will begin a 90-day marathon of lawmaking.Thousands of bills will...

And the Most Popular Governor in America Is…

For years, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) has been the most popular chief executive in the nation.Move over, boss. There is a new #1.According...

TOP 10 LIST #3 Colleagues Mourn Regent Katrina Dennis After Her Cancer Death

Editor's Note: As the year winds down, we're re-running the 10 most-read pieces of the year in Maryland Matters. Here is #3, which first...

‘Real Rush’ of Trump Rules Expected Ahead of 2020 Election

The Trump administration is preparing to finalize a host of high-profile rules in 2020, including policies that will impact everything from auto emissions to...