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Campaigns for the 2022 are heating up, including a number of contested primaries. Here are some notes from the campaign trail: Anne Arundel County…

The Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would decriminalize the possession and distribution of drug paraphernalia — including hypodermic needles and syringes. “All this…

Editor’s Note: The headline was changed to specify the type of care homes. A few days ago, our new President and Vice President held…

Democrats splintered ideologically Tuesday as the Senate began its debate on a bill seeking to make police officer misconduct records publicly accessible. And while…

There are many ways to skin a cat and, in the General Assembly, there appear to be many ways to confront the climate crisis….

Earlier this month, the Maryland Department of Health ceased providing free COVID-19 tests to state eldercare facilities, leaving advocates and lawmakers to question how…

Maryland’s assisted living facilities and retirement communities are struggling under the strain of COVID-19 as much as nursing homes, but they get much less…

As debates rage on Capitol Hill and in statehouses and local governments on how best to protect workers whose livelihoods could be imperiled by…

In the wake of a much-criticized Bay Bridge resurfacing project, the state Senate on Tuesday gave tentative approval to a measure that would expand…

Most of us have immediately tossed into the recycling bin those mailers from companies that claim to offer lower electrical rates and the option…