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Kathy Szeliga

Kathy Szeliga

In a surreal turn, House conservatives invoke feminist icons Gloria Steinem and Ruth Bader Ginsburg to advance their arguments.

‘I can’t wait to talk to all the librarians and the parents and the advocates who worked with me the last 12 months,’ says exultant sponsor of Freedom to Read Act.

Republicans resigned two years ago, and they’re not coming back any time soon. The caucus has released a lengthy, progressive agenda.

Elfreth gets firefighters’ support in 3rd District; filing deadline is Friday evening.

The next opportunity for the state to apply for grants under the federal transportation program opens later this year.

In the bad old days, lawmakers might find envelopes of campaign cash from lobbyists and special interest groups before a key vote. The pre-session campaign cash dash only seems a tad less brazen.

Ahead of a challenging budget year, Maryland lawmakers evaluated the potential costs and savings of expanding health care benefits to residents that do not…

Elfreth, Atterbeary plan announcements soon, while other big names are seriously contemplating the race.

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

Senate opted to work late Friday instead of coming in; across the street, at Government House, the Moore family hosted an Easter egg hunt.