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Advocates to Fight Like Cats and Dogs Over Life After Research

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) was the most popular member of the human species walking through the marketplace at the Maryland Association of Counties conference...

Volunteers Needed!

Do you like folk music? Have an hour to spare on Sunday, Sept. 10?We're looking for volunteers to help us staff a Maryland Matters...

When Women Run Against Each Other, ‘It Becomes Newsworthy’

By Ana FaguyThe evolving race for Prince George’s County executive may produce a rarity in American politics – and in Maryland: two strong women...

Ambitious Dems Flock to Hills of Western Md.

The rolling hills of Williamsport, Md., became Ground Zero for Maryland Democrats Thursday evening.It doesn’t get the attention or the hype – or the...

Analysis: As Taney Statue Falls on Dems, Hogan Keeps Winning

On Wednesday, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced that Maryland and the eight other Northeastern states in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative had agreed to...

Familiar Story, New Candidate

By Ana FaguyOn June 22, 2015, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) announced that he had been diagnosed with late stage 3 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Hogan spent...

Sen. Ramirez to Run for State’s Attorney; Scramble on to Replace Him

State Sen. Victor Ramirez (D) is poised to enter the race for Prince George’s County state’s attorney, according to multiple sources – setting off...

Second Postcard from MACo: Lots of Tidbits

What is it about Maryland that forces office-seekers to campaign in extreme weather conditions, often while the voters they are trying to connect with...

Postcard from MACo: Donald Trump, Uninvited Guest

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) will walk the Ocean City boardwalk on Friday, and he’s sure to receive a hero’s welcome: Hogan, after all, expended...

Follow Maryland Matters’ Coverage of MACo This Week

Maryland Matters will be reporting from the Maryland Association of Counties summer conference in Ocean City -- and all the subsidiary events -- beginning...