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Patrick Moran

Del. Kirill Reznik

Approximately 15% of authorized positions at the Department of Human Services are currently unfilled.

For nearly six weeks, the Maryland Department of Health and its local government partners have struggled to recover from a cyberattack.

Unionized corrections workers said Monday that they are facing staff shortages and dangerous conditions in state detention facilities.

This agreement has been a long time coming for AFSCME Council 3 and the Hogan administration.

AFSCME Council 3 and AFSCME Council 67, which together represent more than 50,000 state, county, municipal, school board, and higher education employees across Maryland,…

Unionized state employees gathered in Baltimore on Wednesday evening to demand that Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) invest part of Maryland’s $2.5 billion…

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr. (R) announced on Thursday plans to spend a $2.5 billion budget surplus — which he called the largest in…

A recent report by the state’s largest public employee union found stark wage disparities within the University System of Maryland. For example, while Black…

University of Maryland welcome sign

More than 90% of students, faculty and staff at most of Maryland’s colleges have complied with COVID-19 vaccine mandates this fall semester, but the…

After a year of living with COVID-19, it’s instructive to look at how state workers fared over the past year.