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Maryland’s Prescription Drug Affordability Board will issue revised proposed regulations meant to guide the panel’s work on making some medications more affordable, following criticisms…

The Senate co-chair of the Joint Audit and Evaluation Committee said recent changes tighten up the law may not be “airtight.”

Researchers from Johns Hopkins, NIH and a private group from Randallstown found that Black men and women accounted for 80 million years of potential life lost.

President Joe Biden and Speaker Kevin McCarthy left their closely watched meeting Monday without an agreement on government spending or the debt limit, prolonging…

Meet the career government official that Gov. Wes Moore (D) has entrusted to solve the climate crisis.

The nomination comes at a time of change for the board including a search for a new elections administrator.

Hedge funds and private equity firms already control half of U.S. daily newspapers, and an expansion into local television is not good for democracy.

One bill that’s becoming law without the governor’s signature was the object of a huge fight on the House floor in the final minutes of this year’s session.

The exact timing of a default on federal debt is tricky and the effects — even if an agreement is reached avoiding a crisis — could still have some effect on the state.

A U.S. default on its debt would have a significantly broader impact on federal operations, financial markets and the global economy than recent government…