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A Baltimore County attorney and former planning director have ideas on how the county could improve its planning, development review and zoning processes.

Backers of legislation to protect workers against heat stress are frustrated by the ‘lack of urgency’ and transparency in creating regulations to implement the bill.

Football team was among three Md. entities granted initial approval.

The attorneys general of 10 states, including Maryland, say the proposed rule would create more transparency in the poultry industry.

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D) and local lawmakers sent letters to businesses in states that have restricted abortion, pitching Maryland as a “welcoming, diverse and inclusionary place.”

Montgomery County residents could face higher rents later this month, after the County Council didn’t move forward last week with a bill that could…

To help inflation-plagued and struggling families ease the burden of buying necessities, several states are scrapping the sales tax on infant and adult diapers.

The commission charged with regulating Maryland’s move into sports wagering decided this week that the best way to diversify the new industry is to…

With online and retail sports betting now legal in more than 30 states, the portrait of a new problem gambler is emerging: the high school student.


The lack of a stable food system contributes to declining public health outcomes.