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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.

Workers who died were immigrants from Central America, fixing potholes on the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Will their deaths change the tenor of the immigration policy debate?

Lawmakers representing the port are drafting emergency wage replacement legislation in the final days of the 2024 session.

One high school page in Annapolis found herself testifying in favor of social housing legislation in the House of Delegates.

A recent state Supreme Court ruling could impact thousands of businesses’ ability to provide services to their customers.

Economic analysis released as Maryland lawmakers weigh whether to make iGaming one of the state’s new revenue streams.