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Wayne Hartman

It’s partly about the policy tutorials and partly about the schmoozing — the essence of government and governing.

Senate opted to work late Friday instead of coming in; across the street, at Government House, the Moore family hosted an Easter egg hunt.

Peering into the crowd on Lawyers Mall — as well as staring up at the stage erected for the inaugural ceremony on the steps of the State House, was a fun and all-consuming activity.

The Maryland Court of Appeals on Monday pushed back the deadlines to withdraw a candidacy and fill a candidate vacancy for the July primary…

Opponents of Maryland’s legislative redistricting plan filed challenges on Friday to a high court adviser’s recommendation to keep the boundaries drawn by the General…

The report from Special Magistrate Alan M. Wilner will serve as a recommendation to the Court of Appeals, which has original jurisdiction over challenges to state legislative maps.

The Maryland General Assembly advanced bills on Friday that would ban the sale and ownership of unserialized firearms, or “ghost guns.” The Senate preliminarily…

The House and Senate took vastly different approaches to craft policy prohibiting unserialized ghost guns on Wednesday.

The House chamber moved consequential abortions access legislation one step closer to the Senate after an hour-and-a-half of respectful debate on Wednesday.

Aside from the occasional, low drone of a revving engine, the town of Ocean City was quiet Friday evening — certainly not what Worcester…