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Maryland Senators Add $520 Million To Hogan’s Relief Proposal

Maryland senators are tacking an additional $520 million onto Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s (R) billion-dollar COVID-19 relief effort – including grants for businesses...

Josh Kurtz: Campaign Finance Reports Reorder the 2022 Election — Not!

Well, we've had time to read through and absorb the latest round of state campaign finance reports, and here's our big takeaway: State Comptroller...

Hogan’s Stimulus Plan Gets First, Brief Airing in Senate

Administration officials pressed senators to quickly pass Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s (R) proposed COVID-19 relief package at a Tuesday hearing.Hogan has urged Maryland...

Rental Housing Group Gets New State House Lobbyist

The Maryland Multi-Housing Association, a trade association for owners and managers of multi-family homes and apartments, has hired a new lobbyist.The Owings Mills-based association...

Black Caucus Looks to Push Police Reform, Economic Justice and the ‘Black Agenda’

Following a year fraught with social unrest wrapped in a global pandemic, members of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland have their eyes focused...

Lawmakers Question Expansion of Vaccine Eligibility While Doses are Scarce

Demand for COVID-19 vaccines in Maryland is quickly outpacing the state's supply of vaccines, causing confusion for residents and prompting tough questions from lawmakers...

Here’s a Look at Fundraising by Every State Senator

Nearly half of Maryland's 47 state senators entered their third year in office with at least $100,000 in their campaign accounts, a Maryland Matters...

Union Sounds Alarm as State Worker Deaths Go Unreported

The state’s largest state worker union announced the deaths of three more of its members from COVID-19 Friday, including two officers from the Department...

Former Colleagues Say One Last Farewell to Miller

He was remembered by his successor as “a country boy from Clinton who became a kingmaker in Annapolis.”  A softie and a hard-ass, everyone agreed. “An...

Ferguson, Jones Become Money Magnets

Two years ago, Del. Adrienne A. Jones (D-Baltimore County) and state Sen. Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) were the legislative equivalent of middle managers --...