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Marylanders strongly support three of the Democrats’ top progressive legislative priorities. A poll being released Wednesday – the kick-off of the 90-day General Assembly…

The Maryland General Assembly kicks off its 439th session on Wednesday with the great expectations that accompany every first year of a four-year legislative…

Alarmed by a sharp spike in the cost of many prescription drugs, a bipartisan coalition of local Maryland officials is getting behind another push…

Michael A. Pretl, a lawyer and progressive activist who has been associated with several high-profile causes through the years, died on Christmas Day following…

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,…

With the growing use of e-cigarettes by teenagers – and the associated health risks – prominent in the news, the Maryland Healthcare for All…

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…

Add the Legislative Black Caucus to the list of groups endorsing legislation that would establish a Prescription Drug Affordability Board in Maryland. The measure…

Maryland backers of the Affordable Care Act reacted with anger and alarm to a court ruling striking down President Obama’s signature health law over…

A second vanquished Republican county executive has landed a gig with the Hogan administration. Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced Wednesday that former…