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Alsobrooks Touts Davis’ Bid for Speaker Amid Whispers McIntosh Is Close to Sewing Up...

Prince George’s County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks (D) on Friday made a strong geographic and racial appeal for Dereck E. Davis’ bid to become...

A Final Goodbye to Speaker Busch Begins Monday

Lines of lawmakers will form in front of the State House on Monday afternoon, as lawmakers prepare to say goodbye to one of their...

Baltimore Business Group Wants Pugh Gone

The Greater Baltimore Committee's Board of Directors on Friday added its voice to those calling on Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh (D) to resign.Following...

National Conservative Group Weighs in on Md. Officials

The 2019 General Assembly session drew to a close this week, but a leading national conservative group has just completed an analysis of the...

Josh Kurtz: The House That Mike Built

Just before Michael E. Busch (D-Anne Arundel) became speaker in 2003, five of the six committees in the House of Delegates were led by...

Handgun Board Without Members After General Assembly Session

Maryland’s Handgun Permit Review Board is set to go dormant — at least temporarily.The General Assembly this year passed legislation to abolish the...

Winners and Losers of the 2019 General Assembly Session

It’s already been said a thousand times, but it bears repeating: This has been a General Assembly session like no other.It began on a...

Bill Would Change How Lt. Gov. Candidates Are Selected

A long-standing ritual of Maryland politics — the selection of gubernatorial running mates prior to the party primaries — would vanish if a measure...

Prominent Republicans Opening Annapolis Lobbying Shop (and Want a Democrat to Join Them)

A former chairman the Maryland Republican Party and the architect of Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s first campaign are among the players in a...