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Adrian Boafo

House committee’s decision to amend a popular consumer protection bill puts its fate in doubt as Sine Die approaches.

Armed with new polling data, the largest players in the retail energy supply market are prepared to oppose legislation on the premise that it takes away consumer choice.

The Md. Dept. of the Environment estimates that at least $1 billion annually in new state spending is necessary for investments that would help the state meet its climate goals.

The forthcoming legislative debate comes at a time when consumer advocates are pressuring state officials to crack down on unsavory practices by electric retailers.

Counties with tight races look to borrow elections workers from neighboring jurisdictions, as everyone races the clock.

David Blair, the Montgomery County businessman challenging County Executive Marc Elrich in the Democratic primary, took a narrow lead in the race Monday evening,…

General Assembly

For the first time in more than a decade, two long-time elected officials in Prince George’s County aren’t on the ballot — but that…

Maryland Democratic candidates for comptroller pledged Tuesday night to undertake efforts to bring racial and social equity to Maryland’s tax system and state contracts,…