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The plan is likely to result in legislation that will be debated in the 2024 General Assembly session and possibly beyond.

Lawmakers still smarting from a decision to cancel construction of the Red Line light rail project in Baltimore said more focus is needed on those who use public transportation.

Moore’s cabinet picks testifying in briefings on the Chesapeake Bay’s health.

Lawmaker and veteran party activist wants Maryland Republicans to avoid the ‘circular firing squad,’ but has harsh words for some GOPers.

Progressive lawmakers said they saw the agenda of Gov.-elect Wes Moore (D) largely aligning with their own, but some injected notes of caution.

Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy (D) will participate in a symposium next week in Washington, D.C., featuring nationally known Black activists, community…

Health Care

This Kirwan-like commission would develop a state plan to provide health benefits through a single-payer system.


The fossil fuel industry must not be allowed to escape legal liability and pass off the costs of its actions to the taxpayers.

There are several measures before the legislature this year designed to protect the state during the growing climate crisis.

Progressive Maryland and Maryland Working Families have issued a second round of endorsements in state and local races for the 2022 Democratic primaries. Last…