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Md. Dems Rip Trump’s Emergency Declaration; Harris Sees Need for Tighter Border

The feud over funding the federal government shifted Friday into another fight over President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency along the southern U.S....

Trone to Lead Freshman Anti-Addiction Group

U.S. Rep. David J. Trone (D-Md.) is leading a new group formed by House freshmen seeking ways to combat drug addiction in the United...

State Lawmakers Propose Commission to Confront Dark History of Lynchings in Maryland

The last documented lynching in the state of Maryland took place on Oct. 19, 1933 in Somerset County.It was a brutal affair, according to Will...

State Agency to Investigate Hiring of Police Officer Who Pursued Anton Black Before He...

The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services has opened an investigation into the hiring of a Greensboro police officer involved in the...

Cyberbullying Bill Sails Through Senate, Faces Questions in House Committee

The Maryland Senate gave unanimous approval Thursday to a cyberbullying bill named to honor a Woodbine teenager who took her own life in 2012...

Sen. Smith on Looming Deployment: ‘Obviously, the Session Makes it Complicated’

A Maryland lawmaker widely considered to be a rising star spent Wednesday receiving both birthday greetings and expressions of support after announcing that he is...

Human Rights Campaign Spotlights Md. Laws in Latest Report Card

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest advocacy and lobbying group for LGBTQ rights, is lauding Maryland for new laws protecting the LBGTQ community.HRC...

Senator Smith Will Report to Duty in Afghanistan

Montgomery County Sen. William C. Smith Jr. (D) will miss the final days of the General Assembly session this year, but his colleagues gave...

Handgun Permit Board Frequently Overrules State Police; Vote on Nominees Delayed

The Maryland Senate committee charged with vetting gubernatorial nominees has questions about the Handgun Permit Review Board – again.Members of the Senate Executive Nominations...

Tragedy Strikes Again for Family of Anton Black

Tragedy has struck again for the family of Anton Black, the Caroline County teen who died during a physical struggle with police last September...