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City Lawmakers Push to End Tax Sales Over Water Bills

No one should lose their home for a past-due water bill. That’s the notion behind legislation filed by state Sen. Mary Washington (D-Baltimore City) and...

State of the State: Hogan Preaches Bipartisanship But Tweaks Dems on Key Agenda Items

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s fifth State of the State address Wednesday was a paean to bipartisanship and a celebration of his first-term accomplishments.But...

Text of Gov. Hogan’s State of the State Address

My fellow Marylanders:I am humbled to once again stand before this general assembly after four years of bipartisan cooperation and historic progress to report...

Lawmakers Renew Push for Medical Aid in Dying Bill

Lawmakers and advocates are pushing for a “death with dignity” law for the fourth time in recent years – and this time they think...

Md.’s Police Hiring System Failed. The State Needs to Find Out Why

Many questions arise from the death of 19-year-old Anton Black at the hands of officers of the Greensboro Police Department on Maryland’s Eastern Shore....

Democrats’ Progressive Agenda to Focus on Lifting Maryland’s Middle Class

Maryland’s Democrats are standing with the state’s middle class this legislative session, leaders said Tuesday morning as they unveiled a legislative priorities package that...

Prosecutor Won’t Seek Police Officers’ Indictments in Eastern Shore Teen’s Death

The top prosecutor in Caroline County said late Thursday that he would not seek an indictment against any of the three police officers involved...

MADD’s National President Visits Annapolis to Stump for Ignition Interlocks

The national president of the advocacy group Mothers Against Drunk Driving was in Annapolis this week, promoting legislation that would require all drunk driving...

Police Body Camera Footage to Be Released in Death of Eastern Shore Teen

For months, a state police investigation surrounding the death of an African-American teen who died last fall after being restrained by three white police...

Bloomberg Wades Into Hopkins Police Controversy (And So Does Frosh)

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg waded into the debate over Johns Hopkins University’s request to create a new police force on Tuesday, telling...