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A package of sweeping police reform measures is now law in Maryland, after a series of veto override votes in the State House on…

The House and Senate took major steps toward codifying hard-fought, historic shifts in state policing policy Thursday night, giving the public a glimpse into…

Police Reform

After a wave of protests and nationwide focus on police brutality and racism, Maryland legislators are rethinking disciplinary measures in public schools, particularly the…

As Baltimore County Executive John A. “Johnny O” Olszewski Jr. (D) contemplates whether to run for governor in 2022, a quiet but vigorous campaign…

With “Crossover Day” fast approaching in the Maryland General Assembly — the deadline to guarantee that a bill that has passed out of one…

The Maryland Senate began preliminary discussions Friday on a sweeping climate action plan that calls for net-zero statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. The…

A proposal that would clarify exemptions to Maryland’s new tax on digital advertising moved forward in the Senate on Thursday. This emergency bill from…

The Maryland Department of the Environment released a 279-page report Friday outlining the state’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve net-zero emissions…

The Maryland Senate approved a measure to expand a tax credit to a broader group of taxpayers Friday, including thousands of immigrants who’ve been…

A Senate committee on Wednesday began discussions on a sweeping climate action bill, which would require Maryland to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 60%…