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The final Board of Public Works meeting of 2018 is Wednesday, and it won’t lack for drama. The three-member panel, consisting of the governor,…

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s office challenged the federal government on 30 fronts in the past year, including by filing more than a…

Another day, another regulatory rollback by the Trump administration. And another declaration by Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) that he is likely…

The division within the Maryland Public Service Commission that is responsible for handling utility complaints from customers has been renamed. The newly-branded Consumer Affairs…

Ever had this nightmare? You’re in school when suddenly you remember you have a huge exam the next day. You haven’t been attending class,…

A majority of state lawmakers say they will pass legislation next year to accelerate Maryland’s renewable energy goals over the next two decades.  …

As part of Maryland Matters’ content sharing agreement with WTOP Radio, we feature this article from Neal Augenstein. The newly elected county executive of Howard…

As a Marine, a Maryland resident and a citizen, Veterans Day reminds me to take a moment and reflect on all of the freedoms…

What’s “the most important science policy issue” in Maryland? You probably have a pretty good idea already, but we thought you’d be interested in…

Bill McKibben, the author and founder of the national climate change group 350.org, is coming to Maryland Saturday to stump for Democratic gubernatorial nominee…