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Kathy Klausmeier

When a child is arrested by a police officer stationed in a Baltimore City public school, they are handcuffed, placed in cages, photographed and…

Maryland senators are tacking an additional $520 million onto Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s (R) billion-dollar COVID-19 relief effort – including grants for businesses…

Jason Melara is a former Montgomery County Public Schools student who frequently found himself in traumatic situations with police officers stationed at his high…

Sean Santmyire, an AFSCME Council 3 union member and job specialist for the Maryland Department of Labor, said Tuesday that the agency’s response to…

Clean drinking water is vital for every resident of Maryland. After decades of insufficient investments in drinking water systems and wastewater infrastructure around the…

After almost 20 years of consideration, the Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) Act was finally passed in the Senate chamber Friday.  “I think it’s…

Democrats overrode a handful of vetoes from Republican Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. on Thursday, adding Maryland to the list of states that have…

It was a history-making Wednesday in Annapolis on the first day of the 441st session of the General Assembly, which kicked off with the…

As the 2020 Maryland General Assembly session kicked off this week, a leading national conservative group issued an exhaustive report card on lawmakers’ votes…

The Maryland Senate will look very different in 2020. The changes will begin at the rostrum, where Sen. Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) will serve…