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Working & the Economy

Port of Baltimore closure has deep implications for the supply chain, which is trickling down to businesses throughout the region.

Homelessness can happen to anyone. Most people experiencing homelessness never expected to be homeless.

All 10 members of the Maryland congressional delegation have sponsored the measure, including the lone Republican, U.S. Rep. Andy Harris.

The advisory is primarily for poultry and livestock owners, and emphasizes that current risk for the general public is low.

All bills in the governor’s affordable housing package are on the way to his desk for final approval. But renters are lamenting the death yet again of “just cause” legislation.

Advocates gathered Tuesday to urge the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee to push two renter protection bills to a vote as soon as possible in the final days of the 2024 session.

Gov. Wes Moore is creating an Intergovernmental Economic Response Team and is putting Lt. Gov. Aruna Miller in charge of state efforts related to economic and financial recovery.

The head of the Maryland agency that regulates utilities pushes back against a recent op-ed from former Attorney General Doug Gansler.

Former political rivals are working together in the wake of the Francis Scott Key Bridge disaster.

House Bill 538, aiming to incentivize developers to add affordable housing options in future developments, lagged behind Moore’s other two housing-centered bills.