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Arthur Ellis

Charles County leaders to press MDOT officials at annual meeting, set for Wednesday.

Ellis has introduced legislation that puts him at odds with his fellow Charles County elected officials and with a key local education institution.

Editor’s Note: This story was updated to remove an incorrect quote from Del. Daniel L. Cox. Maryland Matters regrets the error.  Black policymakers challenged…

Top leaders in Maryland and the city of Baltimore are united in support for legislation introduced to reconnect communities divided by infrastructure projects, like Baltimore’s…

A package of sweeping police reform measures is now law in Maryland, after a series of veto override votes in the State House on…

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) first nominated Dennis R. Schrader to become secretary at the Maryland Department of Health four years ago. On…

The Maryland Senate gave final approval to a bill expanding the number of early voting centers across the state Wednesday after a final round…

Police Reform

After a wave of protests and nationwide focus on police brutality and racism, Maryland legislators are rethinking disciplinary measures in public schools, particularly the…

When the House of Delegates voted earlier this month to advance House Bill 655, Speaker Adrienne A. Jones (D-Baltimore County) celebrated the moment, writing…

Members of Maryland’s Legislative Black Caucus say the state police department has a big problem with racial discrimination that has worsened over the decades,…