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Md. Advocates Hail House Passage of Dream Act

The U.S. House on Tuesday passed a bill that aims to give up to 2.5 million undocumented immigrants a pathway to U.S. citizenship.The legislation...

State Expands Scope of Youth Apprenticeship Program

Maryland high school students who want to earn both money and hands-on experience in careers as varied as auto mechanic, line chef, information technology...

Frank DeFilippo: Retiree Benefits, Education Funding and Déjà vu

Here we go again: The General Assembly took back $100 million that it had in hand to pay for senior state retirees’ prescription drugs....

Regents to Begin Probe Into College Park Student’s Adenovirus Death

The University System of Maryland Board of Regents met in a hastily called closed session conference call Friday afternoon, following a call a day...

New Toll Collections, Other Laws To Take Effect On Saturday

After one of the biggest travel weekends of the year, a new state law will take effect Saturday that could increase toll revenue by...

Hogan Presses Regents for Investigation into Student’s Death on College Park Campus

Maryland’s governor asked the state university system’s Board of Regents to launch an investigation into the response by College Park officials to an adenovirus...

Here Is a Capsule Look at 10 Bills Hogan Allowed to Become Law

By Friday afternoon, when his office announced which bills he’d  veto and which bills he’d let become law without his signature, Gov. Lawrence J....

Maricé Morales: Graduations. Guns. And ‘Girl Power?’

May has brought with it an emotional rollercoaster for many across America. It has been a month of graduations, guns and “girl power?”I italicize...

Young Creating ‘Office of Children & Family Success’ in City Government

New Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young (D) said Thursday that he is creating a new office within city government to focus on children...

University System of Maryland Chancellor Stepping Down in 2020

The University System of Maryland Chancellor won’t seek a contract extension and plans to leave the university in June 2020 – which is also...