In a New Hampshire event frequented by presidential candidates, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan discussed the Mueller report, and blasted the Republican National Committee and President Donald Trump.
Only Trone at this point appears potentially vulnerable for reelection in 2020 — and his political viability will depend to a large degree on whether the U.S. Supreme Court orders Maryland to use a new congressional map for next year’s elections.
Many of the recommendations by the Kirwan Commission reflect policies teachers have been advocating for years.
Prince George’s County Executive Angela D. Alsobrooks (D) on Friday made a strong geographic and racial appeal for Dereck E. Davis’ bid to become the next speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates.
Now that the General Assembly’s annual 90-day session is over, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s legislative shop kicks into overdrive — deciding which of the 864 bills lawmakers passed this year deserve a signature and which should get rejected.
For Maryland, this has been a General Assembly session like no other. Maryland Matters staff sheds some light on the session and the players who mattered most.
A long-standing ritual of Maryland politics — the selection of gubernatorial running mates before the party primaries — would vanish if a measure backed by two powerful lawmakers becomes law next year.
The 439th Maryland General Assembly closed on a somber note Monday following the death a day earlier of House Speaker Michael E. Busch. But not before legislators pushed through hundreds of additional votes, including final approvals of Busch priorities.
While the House made no formal announcement about a succession vote before adjourning at midnight Monday, several delegates said they expect to be called back on April 18, April 25 or May 1 – with the latter date the likeliest.
The 439th General Assembly adjourned a joint session in a moment of silence at midnight Monday night, and the only sound at the moment of Sine Die was the rustling of garbage bags as student pages dropped balloons on the House chamber floor.
As the Maryland legislature wraps up its 90-day session, much of the serious work of tying up loose ends will be happening off the floors, in hurried huddles of six senators and six delegates negotiating last-day conference committee reports.
Before the Maryland General Assembly ends its 90-day session, here’s a look at progress on certain issues, including the Kirwan bill, student athletic concerns, Title X and more.
Maryland lawmakers are moving forward on legislation that would reform the University of Maryland Medical System’s board of directors in the wake of a self-dealing scandal. Here is a look at other key legislative developments from Wednesday.
The idea behind the legislation is to make a dent in the backlog of more than 30,000 lawsuits against asbestos manufacturers in Maryland – some dating back to the 1980s and 1990s.
As policymakers scramble to find alternatives to fossil fuels, should nuclear energy be part of the equation? That’s a question that Maryland lawmakers are beginning to contemplate. A nuclear accident would be a disaster — but compared to the looming climate disaster, it’s a risk that a variety of experts say might be worth taking.
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