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Jheanelle Wilkins

A political leader who became one of the most influential women in Annapolis at a time when there weren’t many.

The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland will have new leaders after Dels. Darryl Barnes and Benjamin Brooks say they are giving up their caucus jobs.

Heather Mizeur returns to her old stomping grounds next week for a fundraiser.

Problem has festered for months, officials acknowledge.

A person fills a car with gasoline from a green pump

A Republican lawmaker tried and failed to extend Maryland’s gasoline tax holiday by amendment on Thursday, and House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones (D-Baltimore County)…

Following nearly 2 1/2 hours of debate, the Senate gave preliminary approval Friday to the Abortion Care Access Act, which would allow nurse practitioners,…

Fair housing advocates, local leaders and Democratic gubernatorial candidates urged state lawmakers Tuesday to pass “just cause” legislation that would allow local governments to…

Legislative boundaries in Maryland are changing — leaving incumbents and challengers alike wondering: Do I live in my district?

Republican state lawmakers announced legislation Thursday to require voter identification and signature verification, though those measures have repeatedly failed in the General Assembly. Measures…

House keys sitting on an eviction notice received in the mail.

Letting local governments require landlords to provide a reason when they choose not to renew a tenant’s lease is a top priority for fair housing advocates.