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Few issues expose traditional fault lines in Maryland politics — rural vs. suburban, Republican vs. Democrat — like funding for mass transit. For many…

The Maryland Public Service Commission is expected to rule within a matter of days on a proposed $6.4 billion merger between WGL Holdings Inc….

By Josh Kurtz The Maryland Public Service Commission is expected to rule within a matter of days on a proposed $6.4 billion merger between…

The proposed “stadium compact” has been stuffed at the line of scrimmage. The idea, as conceived by opponents of using public funds for NFL stadiums, was…

Emergency legislation pushing back the effective date of Maryland’s sick-leave legislation to July 1, as amended in committee Friday, is scheduled before the full…

A bipartisan commission established to assess financial protections for Marylanders recommended Friday that state officials step in and act on behalf of residents when…

The Maryland Comptroller’s Office released Thursday an eagerly awaited report on fallout from last month’s federal tax cut, an intricate best-guess effort to help…

The incentive package that Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan (R) wants to offer Amazon, the e-commerce giant considering whether to build its second headquarters in…

The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee has introduced emergency legislation pushing back the effective date of Maryland’s sick-leave legislation that was vetoed by…

Gov. Larry Hogan (R) said Thursday he is “thrilled” that Montgomery County remains in the running for Amazon’s second headquarters. On Thursday, the online…