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Dawn Gile

Elfreth is the primary sponsor of 14 bills this legislative session, focusing on wildlife, domestic violence and funding the state’s trauma system, among other issues.

“Crossover Day” in the Maryland General Assembly, a key deadline for legislation to be approved, passed Monday with surprisingly little drama and without the…

The immigrant health bill passed the House last year but was bottled up in the Senate in the final days of the 2023 session.

Republicans resigned two years ago, and they’re not coming back any time soon. The caucus has released a lengthy, progressive agenda.

Democrats seek to make it harder to scalp tickets, provide data protections for adults and children.

A failed amendment breaking the link between inflation and increases in the gas tax is similar to bills stalled in House and Senate committees.

What better way for special interest groups to curry favor with policymakers than to pony up during the run-up to the first session of the legislative term?

Democrats ‘spent a lot of time educating voters on how easy it was to do mail-in voting,’ party leader says.

Mail-in ballots favored Democrats by an average of about 70% throughout the state.

Mail-in votes are propelling several Democrats to victory while other races seem too close to call.