Officials believe when Marylanders feel connected to the parks and tributaries in the watershed, they’ll work to preserve the Chesapeake Bay for generations to come.
Named after a Grace McComas, a 15-year-old girl who died by suicide after being the victim of cyberbullying, the new law makes cyberbullying that targets a minor a serious offense.
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.
The University of Maryland Medical System board has been under scrutiny since it was revealed that Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh — who previously served on the board and in the Maryland Senate — had sponsored dozens of bills that would benefit hospitals in Maryland.
Three people have confirmed they want to be the next speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates.
The funeral for Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch took place Tuesday in Annapolis, Maryland. See photos.
Many of the recommendations by the Kirwan Commission reflect policies teachers have been advocating for years.
Exactly one week after the Maryland General Assembly session ended, the casket bearing the late state House Speaker Michael Busch was brought into the Maryland State House to lie in state. See photos.
Public visitation is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. Monday in Annapolis. It will continue until 7 p.m. Monday. Public visitation will resume Tuesday from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m.
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.
Maryland’s deputy state archivist says late speaker Michael Busch had a close connection to the building where he served as a delegate for 32 years and as speaker for 16 years — and where he will lie in state next week.
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.
Two gun-control measures are among the bills that received considerable notice but failed to pass the Maryland General Assembly. One measure would have required background checks anytime someone buys a rifle or shotgun.
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.
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