Veteran state lawmaker was defeated by Stephen Rideout, a former city commissioner and ex-juvenile court judge.
Senator says the Aug. 23 election presents her with a good opportunity to pivot after losing the GOP primary for re-election last week.
The fate of several lawmakers could be determined over the next few days by the pending count of mail-in ballots.
These aren’t the only lawmakers who are potentially vulnerable — and of course, not everybody on this list is going to lose.
If this measure becomes law, Maryland would join nine states and the District of Columbia in offering statewide paid family leave.
Legislative Roundup: Removing Health Officers, Calculating Environmental Justice Scores, Juvenile Justice Reform, and More
The House of Delegates gave preliminary approval Friday to a bill that would limit the circumstances under which county health officers can be fired….
The House and Senate took vastly different approaches to craft policy prohibiting unserialized ghost guns on Wednesday.
House Bill 1 would give voters the ability to chart the state’s course on marijuana legalization in November.
Two state Senate races to watch — one on the Eastern Shore and one in Western Maryland.
Maryland’s offshore wind economy is developing at an accelerated pace. The latest evidence was an announcement Thursday that Ørsted Offshore North America, one of…