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Lily Qi

The money is available, but coordinating the programs may be a challenge for a depleted state government.

Green banks can help promote and fund clean energy initiatives that might not otherwise get the capital and attention they need to launch.

One of the great mysteries of the 2022 legislative session — and the campaign season — came to an end on Wednesday, when Sen….

Home Care

One would provide policymakers with information they need to ensure that home care jobs are decent jobs, and a second would give a raise to home care agencies and workers.

Lawmakers began the legislative session considering a measure that would offer paid family and medical leave to all Marylanders, but a key House committee…

The emergence of the omicron variant has forced many lawmakers to reevaluate their fundraising plans on the fly.

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

Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) on Friday called on Dr. Robert Redfield, a senior health adviser to Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R),…

In 2021, Delegate Lily Qi introduced House Bill 658, a bill that engages in Statism and Crony-Capitalism. In defense of her bill, Delegate Qi…