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Anderson's Plan to Resign as Baltimore City Delegation Chair Goes Awry

Del. Curtis S. Anderson announced to the press last week that he planned to step down as chairman of the Baltimore city delegation to...

Meet the New Maryland Association of Counties Board of Directors

The Maryland Association of Counties installed its new board of directors last week at the organization’s annual winter meeting in Cambridge. Gov. Lawrence J....

Election Reformers Cranking Up Before Session

Efforts to improve the integrity of the election process in Maryland are gearing up ahead of next year’s General Assembly session.On Tuesday morning, good...

School Construction Fracas Spills Over Into Baltimore County Executive Race

One Republican member of the General Assembly is ready to kiss the “beg-a-thon” goodbye. Del. Patrick L. McDonough (R-Baltimore, Harford) was the only GOP lawmaker...

New Legislation Allows Md. Hunters a Another Color in Safety Gear — Pink

By Anna Muckerman Thanks to the work of two novice hunters — young sisters from the Eastern Shore — Maryland hunters may soon be allowed...

Legislature Overrides Hogan Veto on School Construction Funding Bill

Maryland lawmakers shrugged off dire warnings from Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan on Thursday, voting to override the Republican executive’s veto of a controversial school...

Delegate Shares Personal Story Before House Vote to Ban Conversion Therapy for Minors

The existence of a father-daughter legislative duo in the halls of the Maryland legislature was a quaint novelty until about 2 p.m. Wednesday.  Del. Meagan...

For Now, Oaks' Name Remains on Primary Ballot for Senate, Central Committee

The name of former Maryland state Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks will appear twice on the June primary election ballot in Baltimore’s 41st District –...

Hogan School Construction Bill Veto Sets Up Late-Session Override Drama

  Maryland Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp, the long-serving but frequently overlooked member of the state Board of Public Works, on Wednesday faulted her two colleagues...

Notebook: Likely Demise of Fight for $15 Bill Leaves Advocates Disappointed

By Bruce DePuytAdvocates for an increase in Maryland’s minimum wage are expressing disappointment that a measure they championed during the legislative session seems likely...