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Robbyn Lewis

Robbyn Lewis

Republicans resigned two years ago, and they’re not coming back any time soon. The caucus has released a lengthy, progressive agenda.

Gonzales poll finds Moore’s majority job approval remains consistent, strong support for increased penalties for crimes committed with stolen firearms, fentanyl distribution.

“Home care workers are leaving the field for jobs with higher pay and better benefits,” according to a Wednesday press release.

Several delegations held meetings on first week of 90-day legislative session.

Budget and service cuts proposed to offset a $3.3 billion deficit would disproportionately impact city, lawmakers said.

Del. Jason Buckel (R-Allegany) and Sen. Stephen S. Hershey Jr. (R-Upper Shore), the leaders of the Republicans in the House and Senate respectively. File photo by Bryan P. Sears.

Five-bill package includes some unsuccessfully introduced in previous years or legislation seeking to roll back portions of recently enacted laws.

Senate President weighs in on BGE controversy State Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City) and the delegates from his legislative district are weighing in…


Vincent DeMarco and allies ready their agenda for the new General Assembly.

Transit advocates seek link between staffing challenges and the Baltimore region’s unreliable bus and rail service

How do you press the flesh at an event where all the participants have Old Bay on their hands?