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Bill Bulge: Senate Leaders to Study Legislation Cap

In an effort to reduce late-night committee sessions and late-session bill scrambles, new leaders in the Maryland Senate will spend the summer studying ways...

Proposed Bill Would Protect Local Laws From Being Overrun

Former Washington, D.C., resident Alan Cohen can’t own a brand new car. He can’t even ride in one. While living in the District, Cohen was...

Senate Panel Briefed on Disparity in Incarceration

Maryland has the highest incarceration rate in the nation of black men aged 18 to 24, according to a November report issued by the...

Poll: Cardin, Van Hollen Viewed Favorably — But Not in Hogan Territory

Maryland, it's said, is a state of middle temperament. And that's more or less reflected in a poll on how Maryland voters view their...

Bill Brake-down: Senator Advocates for Legislation Limit

A Frederick County lawmaker wants to cut down the Maryland Senate’s workload ― and possibly improve the chamber’s work product at the same time.Sen....
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Montgomery Asks to Opt Out of Election Day Wireless Networks

Top Montgomery County officials asked the State Board of Elections to allow them to opt out of an expanded Election Day wireless network on...

Letter: Montgomery’s Campaign Finance System Skews Fundraising Figures

Regarding the Jan. 16 article “An Early Peek at Campaign Finance Reports,” note that it may be misleading to compare Marc Elrich’s cash on...

Exec Director at Md. Democratic Party Steps Down

Ben Smith, who served as executive director of the Maryland Democratic Party since December of 2018, has resigned. Yvette Lewis, who took over as party...

House GOP Wants to Get Tough on Crime

Maryland House Republicans unveiled a package of bills Thursday targeting violent crime and transparency that will aim to tackle what Minority Leader Nicholaus R....

Hogan Proposes Tax Cut to Keep Retirees in Md.

Hoping to shake Maryland from its perch as the “worst state in the nation” for retirement, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) said Thursday...