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On the eve of the first Board of Public Works meeting of 2019, scheduled for Wednesday, 62 state lawmakers — all Democrats — are…

It has been a busy week in and around the State House, leading up to the holidays and the calm before the General Assembly…

The final Board of Public Works meeting of 2018 is Wednesday, and it won’t lack for drama. The three-member panel, consisting of the governor,…

Maryland has more than $1 billion in unspent revenue as lawmakers prepare for the 2019 General Assembly session. The budgetary boost comes thanks to…

It’s an indisputable strictly back-of-the-brain rule of politics: You can’t beat somebody with nobody. Anyone watching the opposition to Rep. Nancy Pelosi melt away…

Too bad the 44,468 students from Baltimore County and Baltimore city who missed school Wednesday due to the week’s extreme heat didn’t watch the…

Reaction to Republican Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s veto Thursday of three education-related bills passed this year by the Maryland General Assembly was strong…

Much of the considerable acrimony between Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot (D) and the General Assembly played out in public view during the just-concluded legislative…

Maryland lawmakers shrugged off dire warnings from Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan on Thursday, voting to override the Republican executive’s veto of a controversial school…

Maryland Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp, the long-serving but frequently overlooked member of the state Board of Public Works, on Wednesday faulted her two colleagues…