Senator becomes fifth state lawmaker in the Democratic primary. None has to sacrifice their seat to make a congressional bid in a presidential election year.
After a scathing audit of Maryland’s health department revealed a “pervasive lack of documentation” and other issues of financial oversight, Maryland lawmakers held a…
The state is losing employees almost as fast as it can hire them using unusual and outdated and uncompetitive hiring practices.
Elfreth, Atterbeary plan announcements soon, while other big names are seriously contemplating the race.
During the pandemic, federal COVID relief packages distributed more than $4 trillion across the United States to counter the then-novel COVID-19 virus. But over…
Sports betting is on pace to become the dominant form of gaming in the state while the state’s Problem Gaming Fund remains reliant on traditional casino gaming.
Departure of Sen. Melony Griffith sets off a cascade of changes in the Maryland Senate.
Complaints, fear of retaliation continue even as agency faces investigations by the Department of Justice and and two lawsuits.
“We’re hoping it will be a fairly quiet season, but this is where everyone in public health is still watching closely and holding our breath,” Sen. Clarence Lam said.
The Senate co-chair of the Joint Audit and Evaluation Committee said recent changes tighten up the law may not be “airtight.”