Rep. David Trone’s campaign for U.S. Senate got a potential boost from a major political force on Thursday: the state teachers union. Trone (D-6th)…
It’s partly about the policy tutorials and partly about the schmoozing — the essence of government and governing.
Del. Sheree Sample-Hughes calls decision by Speaker Adrienne Jones to nominate a new speaker pro tem ‘a huge disappointment.’
The domino effect of reassignments includes the speaker’s intention to nominate a new speaker pro tem in January.
Another bill, to change penalties for some gun crimes, failed in final moments of legislative session.
The 2022 legislative session proved successful in advancing policies that aid the more than 110,000 Marylanders with Alzheimer’s and other dementia.
Some of the developments in the bill’s legislative journey can no longer be found on the General Assembly’s website.
This vote does not rule out future emergency regulations requiring masks.
Members of the public will be allowed inside the state Senate and House of Delegates chambers during next week’s special session, but admission will…
The Maryland Department of Health unveiled a commission tasked with decreasing racial, ethnic and socioeconomic health disparities across the state Friday. “Our commission is…