Maryland’s most recent “vital” health statistics are from 2019.
The committee’s appointment process was undertaken in a rush after current Del. Al Carr (D) chose to withdraw from re-election at the last minute and run instead for County Council.
Legislative Roundup: Climate Change, Abortion Access and ‘Ghost Gun’ Bills Advance in General Assembly
The Maryland House of Delegates gave preliminary approval to the Climate Solutions Now Act on Monday, with changes that include delaying the date for…
In response to growing complaints from people who live near — and not so near — Thurgood Marshall BWI Airport, top local officials urged…
Two former county health officers told state lawmakers that pandemic policy-making in Maryland has become dangerously politicized.
Legislative boundaries in Maryland are changing — leaving incumbents and challengers alike wondering: Do I live in my district?
No one seems sure about who has the authority to grant a school district permission to impose a vaccine mandate.
Two cabinet nominations put forward by Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. were approved by a Senate panel on Monday — and one key nominee faces a delay.
Legislation would prohibit companies from boosting prices on essential goods or services more than 10% during or shortly after a state of emergency.
A perennial push to bring special elections to the Maryland General Assembly is back again in 2022. Senate Bill 73, sponsored by Sen. Clarence…