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The first candidate forum for Republicans seeking to replace U.S. Rep. David Trone (D-6th) has been scheduled for the evening of Sept. 20 in…

Patrick B. Hughes with attorney general’s office wrote should meet again to decide on Towson program.

The Prince George’s County executive is eclipsing her primary rivals when it comes to endorsements from elected officials on their home turf.

Baltimore has adopted these protections, while statewide legislation remains bottled up in Annapolis.

Barnes will join Evans, Barnes & Associates and recruit more Black lobbyists.

More than a dozen bills the caucus labeled as priorities received approval prior to Monday’s crossover deadline.

Deep in the minority, House Republicans debate strategy and tactics in an ever-evolving political environment.

Governor’s bills aims to help veterans, entrepreneurs and lower-income Marylanders — and buyers of electric trucks.

The 64-member caucus seeks to approve legislation focused on cannabis, education, wealth and Black businesses, health and housing.

Latest round of announcements includes three state government veterans and an official from the Department of Defense.