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One Last Reminder About Trivia Night

Maryland Matters' trivia contest on Maryland history and politics is this Tuesday evening! It's taking place in the upstairs bar at Stan & Joe’s Saloon,...

Md. Congressional Delegation Splits on Government Funding Bill

The Maryland House delegation split Thursday on the $1.3 trillion spending package to keep the federal government open through Sept. 30.Just as the full...

Hogan’s Tiny Supplemental Budget Has Big Message for Political Foes

Maryland Republican Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. appears to be beating the political drum louder this legislative session with nearly eight months still to...

Chamber of Commerce Spotlights Majority Leader’s Foe in Newsletter

By Josh KurtzDid the Maryland Chamber of Commerce inadvertently and indirectly ‘dis a powerful state senator in an electronic newsletter last week?The newsletter features...

Our Trivia Contest Is Tuesday Night!

Maryland Matters' trivia contest on Maryland history and politics is this Tuesday evening! It's taking place in the upstairs bar at Stan & Joe’s Saloon,...

Bills to Prop Up Health System Start Moving Through Legislature

As part of the federal tax-cut legislation in December, Republicans in Congress gutted a key component of the Affordable Care Act -- the so-called...

Sing a New Song? Lawmakers Say No, Thanks

An effort to repeal Maryland’s state song will fall short for at least the eighth time in the last 45 years. All that’s left, following...

Political Notes: Vignarajah’s Ad, Pols Paying for Buses to Anti-Gun March

If there was any doubt that Krishanti Vignarajah hopes to capitalize on being the only woman in the nine-candidate Democratic gubernatorial primary, look no...

Bill Limiting Students’ Computer Time In Danger of Fading Out

A bill that would require the State Department of Education and the Maryland Department of Health to develop guidelines that could possibly limit the...

Great Mills Shooting Leads to War of Words on State School Safety Policy

Hours after a shooting at a Southern Maryland school Tuesday, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) faulted the General Assembly for not moving more...