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Shutdown Relief Bill Passes House of Delegates

Federal employees forced to work without pay during future government shutdown are one step closer to possible relief. The Maryland House of Delegates voted 119-20...

Maryland’s Power Couples

It’s Valentine’s Day – hope you have already bowed to the floral and confectionary gods and have paid suitable tribute to your loved ones.It’s...

Lawmakers Again Look to Add Parent, Teachers to State Education Board

Advocates are trying again for a bill that would add seats for a parent and teachers to the Maryland State Board of Education.A similar...

As Bay Crossing Options Surface, Anne Arundel Wants Say Over Potential 3rd Span

Lawmakers and residents of Anne Arundel County urged a Senate panel on Wednesday to give them the ability to veto possible construction of a...

Trone Defends His District to the Supreme Court

U.S. Rep. David J. Trone, a freshman Democrat, is defending the contours of Maryland’s 6th District after a federal court ruled that it was...

Hogan’s Communications Director Departing for RGA

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr/'s communications director will soon have a few more Republican governors to work with.Amelia Chassé will start in March as the...

Did Dan Snyder’s $100 Million ‘Superyacht’ Doom Redskins Stadium Push?

Critics of Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s quest to lure the Washington Redskins to Oxon Cove in Prince George’s County cheered his abrupt decision...

Jealous Launching Baltimore-Based Investment Firm

Former gubernatorial hopeful Benjamin T. Jealous (D) is launching a new investment firm that focuses on social impact. Called 20X, it will be based...

Hogan Sidelines Deal With Redskins

Maryland's long-shot bid to lure the Washington Redskins to Oxon Cove, an environmentally-sensitive site near National Harbor in Prince George's County, appeared to come to an abrupt end...

Proposal for Prescription Drug Board Gains More Bipartisan Support

Harford County spends about $6.7 million a year on prescription medications for its nearly 900 employees. County Executive Barry Glassman (R) and his budget...