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Haire Today, Where Tomorrow? New State GOP Chief Plots Party’s Future

As he greets a recent visitor in his comfortable corner law office in downtown Washington, D.C., with memorabilia from his beloved Washington Nationals visible...

Paid Sick Leave Advocates Scramble to Get Bill on Governor’s Desk Quickly

Backers of a paid sick leave measure that’s been working its way through the General Assembly are trying to get a bill onto Gov....

Scoop: Baltimore Attorney Jim Shea Ponders Bid for Governor

By Josh KurtzAdd Baltimore attorney Jim Shea to the list of Democrats who are considering running for governor in 2018.Shea – until recently the...

Guest Commentary: A Session Slump or a Trump Drag?

By Mileah KromerIn late February, the Goucher Poll released the first statewide survey of Marylanders since President Trump took the oath of office. Given...

Rushern Baker Planning a Day of Events on the Eastern Shore Friday

By Josh KurtzAs he inches closer to becoming a candidate for governor in 2018, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker (D) has a trip...

Scoop: Lawyer Kim Burns Plans Bid for Anne Arundel County Council Seat

Kimberly McCoy Burns, chief of staff at the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation and a familiar and well-connected figure in the state...

Abortion Rights Groups Scramble to Derail Hogan Nominee to State Board

By Josh KurtzPersonnel matters have been the source of increasing rancor between Gov. Larry Hogan (R) and Democratic legislators in recent days. To wit:...

Commentary: What to Make of the Flurry of Wannabe Candidates for Governor?

By Josh KurtzBack in March 2001, when Terry Lierman announced that he wouldn’t take a second crack at U.S. Rep. Connie Morella (R) despite...

SCOOP: Baltimore Tech Entrepreneur Ponders Run for Governor in 2018

A Baltimore tech entrepreneur and author is seriously considering running for governor this election cycle, according to multiple Democratic sources -- and some say...

Monday Morning Political Round-up

Welcome to Maryland Matters, week two!Remember that what you are reading is an early, no-frills iteration of the ambitious news website that we plan...