Prince George’s and Montgomery County councils pick their new leadership — not without controversy
Developers are prevented from making direct contributions to Prince George’s County councilmembers.
People of color make up 43% of Maryland’s Court of Appeals, which is the state’s highest court, while 57% of the justices are women.
One of the great mysteries of the 2022 legislative session — and the campaign season — came to an end on Wednesday, when Sen….
Voters will decide the issue in November. Possible veto showdown set for next week.
Many people assume that we already have a right to a clean and healthy environment. Sadly, that is not true in practice.
Current and former health officers told lawmakers about the threats they faced over public health decisions.
After several tenant relief measures failed to pass before the end of the 2021 legislative session, lawmakers say they’ll try again in 2022.
Maryland’s governors will no longer have a role in parole decisions and counties will be banned from entering into agreements with the federal government…
As the General Assembly prepares to battle Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) over redistricting during the special session that begins Monday, some issues…