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J.B. Jennings

Behind closed doors, GOP senators lament a dreary election outcome

In both the House and the Senate, Edwards was assigned to the budget-writing committees — making him well-positioned to steer largesse to his part of the state.

Monday was the closest it’s been to a “normal” Crossover Day in three years.

The Maryland General Assembly advanced bills on Friday that would ban the sale and ownership of unserialized firearms, or “ghost guns.” The Senate preliminarily…

A final Senate vote on the Democratic plan is expected Thursday.

Every year, the Maryland Free Enterprise Foundation — Maryland Free, and previously known as Maryland Business for Responsive Government — issues a report card…

Maryland’s Senate gave unanimous approval Thursday night to a bill that would reform emergency procurements in the wake of controversial multi-million-dollar deals struck by…

The Maryland Senate gave its unanimous support on Thursday to a bill that would help rein in hospital debt collection efforts that critics have…

The Maryland Senate’s new Republican leaders are more conservative than their predecessors ― but say they still plan to collaborate with their Democratic colleagues…

Thomas McLain “Mac” Middleton was the only full-time farmer left in the legislature when he was upset by now-Sen. Arthur Ellis (D-Charles) in the…