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Lawmaker and Friends to Protest Trump in Song

Beyond her political career, state Sen. Cheryl C. Kagan (D-Montgomery) is known as a folk music devotee and promoter of myriad singer-songwriters. She has...

Ex-‘Rabble Rouser’ Takes a Gavel: ‘It’s Great to Play a Central Role’

For all their philosophical differences, state Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. (D-Calvert) and Sen. Paul G. Pinsky (D-Prince George’s) do agree on...

Josh Kurtz: Jeb Bush + Ike Leggett = ???

I’ll take unlikeliest political pairings for $800, Alex.The answer is: This political scion and former Republican governor of Florida and this former Democratic county...

Report: Shutdown Shorts Marylanders $778M in Wages; Tax Revenues Plunge Nearly $60M

Tens of thousands of Marylanders missed paychecks last week as the federal government rolled into the longest shutdown in U.S. history.An estimated $778 million...

Frank DeFilippo: Pulling Rank

Like father, unlike daughter.Terry Lierman, as Maryland Democratic Party chairman, invested years rebuilding the party. His daughter has proposed a plan that would undo...

Friends, Family Celebrate Keith Haller’s Life and Legacy

Keith Haller was remembered by friends and loved ones Saturday as a master strategist and communications professional who was passionate about his family, politics,...

Bill Guaranteeing Federal Workers Back Pay Headed to Trump’s Desk

Federal workers who aren’t getting their paychecks during the government shutdown appear likely to get paid – eventually.A bipartisan bill to give government employees...

‘White-Hat’ Firm Scoops Up Another White Hat

Dru Schmidt-Perkins, the former longtime executive director of the group 1000 Friends of Maryland, will be hanging her hat this General Assembly session with...

Josh Kurtz: This Is Big

Any resemblance between the Maryland political world and a hospital ward is purely coincidental.That sounds flip; it isn't meant to be. But it does...

Maryland Redistricting Case Part of Broader Legal Debate

Three U.S. Supreme Court gerrymandering cases originating in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina could change control of one state capitol and possibly establish a...