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UMMS Officials Urge Lawmakers to Move With Care on Ethics Reform Legislation

Top officials of the University of Maryland Medical System came under sharp criticism from state lawmakers Friday, as members of a key committee began...

Larry Hogan Helps His Friend Chris Christie Sell Some Books

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. returned to his political roots this week. After seasons of carefully calibrated bipartisanship and moderation, he reminded The Washington...

Report From Maryland Matters Trivia Night: Everyone’s a Winner!

The competition was really fierce Wednesday night -- and the questions were really, really tough -- at Maryland Matters' second annual Maryland politics and...

Officials Pay Their Final Respects to Harry Hughes

Harry Roe Hughes was given one last send-off Thursday afternoon in the handsome and sturdy but not ostentatious St. Anne’s Parish in downtown Annapolis...

Pugh Defends Book Sales to Medical System

Amid stubborn questions about why the University of Maryland Medical System purchased a large number of her children’s books, Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh...

Unified Senate Passes Budget Plan

The Maryland Senate voted 47-0 in favor of a $46.6 billion state budget on Thursday, and budget negotiators from both chambers are expected to...

John Delaney Kind of Wants Larry Hogan to Run for President

Former Maryland congressman John K. Delaney, one of 15 candidates currently seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, would like to see another Marylander in the...

TONIGHT’S TRIVIA EVENT MOVES TO NEW LOCATION

Tonight’s Trivia Event Moving to a Larger Location!Trivia tickets are selling like hotcakes!We’ve outgrown our original space.Our new location: First Presbyterian Church, 171 Duke...

As C-SPAN Turns 40, Marylanders Still Wait for Lawmakers to Part the Drapes

On March 19, 1979, Americans with cable television — and some time on their hands — were able to watch C-Span’s first gavel-to-gavel coverage of...