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Eight Republican delegates sought an investigation citing donation irregularities highlighted by a controversial partisan filmmaker.

Lawmaker and veteran party activist wants Maryland Republicans to avoid the ‘circular firing squad,’ but has harsh words for some GOPers.

Progressive lawmakers said they saw the agenda of Gov.-elect Wes Moore (D) largely aligning with their own, but some injected notes of caution.

A view of the Maryland House of Delegates chamber from the gallery.

Both Democrats were 25 when they were elected to the House of Delegates on Election Day.

Mental health remains a challenge among America’s youth detailed in 2022 Kids Count Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Gubernatorial hopeful Wes Moore pulled in a coveted Democratic endorsement Friday, when U.S. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer announced his support for the former…

A photo of pages of Maryland's election law

A House bill would allow local governments to expand public campaign finance programs to include more elected offices, including for boards of education.

Fair Share

As state elections loom, tax fairness and putting the middle class above special interest loopholes for the rich may become a defining issue.

As the General Assembly prepares to battle Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) over redistricting during the special session that begins Monday, some issues…

Maryland’s Senate moved forward with a bill to let counties to set local income taxes at different rates for lower-income and wealthy residents. The…