Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a number of bills Friday, but there were also other measures that would go into law without his signature.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed 182 new bills into law, including some that regulate tobacco sales, addresses violence against pregnant women, and make accessing health care easier.
Apart from the history-making optics, no one is really sure what an Adrienne Jones speakership will look like.
Maya Rockeymoore Cummings said on Thursday comments about the Democratic party being ready to “penalize” elected officials were directed at officials who use party resources to promote Republicans, not Democrats who support a candidate for House speaker who happens to win support from 42 GOP House members.
The Senate amended the bill on the floor Tuesday to eliminate trash incineration as eligible for subsidies under the measure aimed at boosting the growth of renewable energy such as wind and solar.
Legislation to put sports betting on the ballot last year stalled over disagreements about whether to allow it at casinos or racetracks, or both.
A former member of Maryland’s Handgun Permit Review Board was physically removed from a General Assembly hearing Friday in Annapolis after she refused requests to wrap up her testimony when her time at the witness table was up. See video.
The night after she faced censure by her colleagues in the Maryland House of Delegates, there was a growing chorus of voices calling for Del. Mary Ann Lisanti to resign.
Maryland lawmakers heard from family members affected by gun violence as well as gun-rights supporters in Annapolis on a day that is often referred to as “gun day” in the capital.
As Maryland looks for ways to tackle congestion on Interstate 270 and the Capital Beltway, a proposed bill aims to straighten out plans to expand the often-gridlocked roadways.
From Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 302 petitions have been filed across the state, with Anne Arundel, Harford and Baltimore counties having the most orders, said Montgomery County Sheriff Darren Popkin.
Instead of hearing the clerk call out “Mr. Speaker” in the House, delegates heard the clerk punctuate the morning’s business with the title “Madam Speaker.” Inside the Senate, it was “Madam President” who was addressed by the clerk.
We don’t know what the political terrain in Maryland will be like in four years. But we can make a few observations. Here’s the early line on the 2022 campaign.
A Hogan campaign official suggests that the Jealous endorsements from State House leaders have come too late. Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett still has yet to pledge his support for the fellow Democrat.
The recent legal battle is over whether or not the government possessing and maintaining the monument at the World War I memorial is a violation of the separation of church and state.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.