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Transition Continues in Senate President’s Office

Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) has made a few key hires in his office.Ferguson informed his colleagues of the new hires in a...

Here’s How New Federal Eviction Protections Will Affect Maryland

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new, more limited protections for tenants this week. That order will affect 14 of Maryland's...

Maryland Elections Board, Blind Advocates Reach Agreement on Efforts to Improve Ballot Privacy for...

The Maryland State Board of Elections has settled a longstanding dispute over ballot-marking devices that disability advocates say forced them to cast a segregated...

Don Mohler: We Are Broken, But…

I am angry. You are angry. Hell, the entire nation is angry.But what makes this such a challenging time is that we are not all...

Alsobrooks Seeks ‘Immediate’ State Review of School Board Ethics Report

Prince George’s County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks (D) has asked the state’s top school officials to “immediately” review ethics allegations that have roiled the...

Md. Democrats Press U.S. Senators to Pass Voting Rights Legislation

U.S. Senate Democrats joined with dozens of state legislators at a rally outside the U.S. Capitol Tuesday afternoon, demanding that the Senate skip August...

Ferguson Adds to His Leadership Team, Shifts Some Senators’ Committee Assignments

Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) on Monday announced new Senate leadership and committee assignments, largely a result of former Prince George's Sen. Douglas...

Campaign Roundup: Anne Arundel Senate Primary, Carroll County Action, and a Resignation

Campaigns for the 2022 are heating up, including a number of contested primaries. Here are some notes from the campaign trail:Anne Arundel County Councilmember...

Local Leaders Grapple With Federal Red Tape As They Try To Quickly Distribute Rent...

Throughout the pandemic, the federal government has relied on states and local jurisdictions to quickly get rent relief to tenants — but some local...

Opinion: Prince George’s School Board Member Gives Her Take on Recent Controversy

On Nov. 3, 2020, an election occurred that shifted the political landscape across the country. Locally, this election signaled a major shift in county...