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An emotional debate in the Maryland Senate over whether to pass aid-in-dying legislation ended Wednesday in a tied vote and the measure’s defeat. After…

The Maryland House of Delegates voted 136-0 Wednesday to reprimand Del. Hasan M. “Jay” Jalisi (D-Baltimore County) for “an ongoing pattern of unrepentant workplace…

Del. Hasan M. “Jay” Jalisi (D-Baltimore County), accused in a new report by the Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics of being abusive to General…

The Maryland Senate gave final approval on Monday evening to a measure that would abolish the state’s handgun permit review board. The panel, to which citizens…

One month after censuring a colleague for uttering a racial slur, the House of Delegates is prepared to rebuke another lawmaker accused of being…

The conclusions of the long-awaited report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller have Republicans declaring victory for President Trump, as Democrats demand more answers and…

A key Senate committee voted Friday afternoon to send an aid-in-dying bill to the chamber floor, but advocates on both sides are unhappy with…

A freshman lawmaker frustrated with the lack of action on a police transparency bill said he, Sen. Jill P. Carter (D-Baltimore City) and other…

Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert) said Tuesday that he’s not likely to vote in favor of a medically assisted suicide bill,…

A trio of Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s judicial nominees were supported by the Senate Executive Nominations Committee on Monday evening. Hogan (R) nominated…