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As Michael Steele prepares to reinsert himself into state politics this week, with a visit to the Maryland Association of Counties summer conference and…

The General Assembly gave final approval to its bicameral police reform package Wednesday, leaving the fate of the hard-fought, controversial bills in the hands…

Tensions ran high as House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones’ Police Reform and Accountability Act of 2021 received preliminary approval during a marathon Senate floor…

On a day when the House of Delegates pushed through dozens of bills in a mad dash to pass legislation before the end of…

A proposal to guarantee low-income tenants the right to counsel against retaliatory evictions passed out of the Maryland House of Delegates Thursday after fierce…

The Maryland House Judiciary Committee advanced a heavily cut-back relief proposal for tenants Tuesday night, drawing criticism from housing rights advocates who say the…

Five Republican amendments to legislation that would let individuals choose to continue voting by mail were shot down in the House of Delegates on…

After another round of intense partisan debate and failed Republican amendments Friday, the Maryland House of Delegates approved a proposal to extend relief to…

Responding to parents frustrated by virtual learning, three Republican delegates said they are proposing legislation to offset some costs that Maryland families incur because…

In many ways, it was a typical General Assembly session Monday in and around the Maryland State House. There were a smattering of bill…