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Addressing the housing shortage is complicated, and legislative solutions range from incentivizing development of affordable housing units to protecting renters from unnecessary evictions.


Legislation provides for the stay of some eviction proceedings while renters await the resolution of rental assistance.


Rental assistance has contributed to the state’s decline in evictions. As programs speed up that assistance, eviction numbers should remain low.


A Gaithersburg resident asks: Who will actually benefit from homeowner assistance funds intended to ease the distress of average Americans during a national emergency.

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced more than $19 million in eviction prevention funding for local governments on Monday as Marylanders struggle to…


Claudia Wilson Randall takes over as the new executive director of the Community Development Network of Maryland. She is the right leader for the…

Utility providers are barred from shutting off service or charging late fees in Maryland until at least Sept. 1 under an extension of an executive…