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Anne Healey

The fate of several lawmakers could be determined over the next few days by the pending count of mail-in ballots.

These aren’t the only lawmakers who are potentially vulnerable — and of course, not everybody on this list is going to lose.

It was a tough General Assembly session for the Women Legislators of Maryland, which experienced partisan tension and the (possibly temporary) resignation of its…

Maryland congressional mapmaking in 2022 was the most unusual in recent memory, and the effects of a successful court challenge to lawmakers’ original map…

Following nearly 2 1/2 hours of debate, the Senate gave preliminary approval Friday to the Abortion Care Access Act, which would allow nurse practitioners,…

Republicans have resigned from the Women’s Caucus of Maryland after a GOP delegate who was in line to become the next president was leap-frogged for the top job by a Democrat.

With Maryland Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera due to retire next month, the women’s caucus of the General Assembly is urging Gov. Lawrence J….

The Women’s Caucus of the Maryland General Assembly elected new officers before the legislature adjourned last week. Del. Anne R. Healey (D-Prince George’s), now…

Despite being on the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee’s voting list Monday, legislation to provide protections for and establish trust between Maryland’s undocumented residents and…

Maryland’s Department of Transportation came out Thursday against several bills that could affect its plan to tap private funding to widen two Washington, D.C.-area…