Concerns about privacy, victims’ rights and costs were raised during the lengthy debate.

Defenders of Hogan’s appointee, whose remarks caused a firestorm, say he is in fact a champion of the vulnerable.

Maryland senator faces unusual spotlight and scrutiny as he weighs whether to support Iran deal.



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Maryland congressman joins supporters of diplomatic agreement.

Maryland's Republican governor is among those criticizing his Democratic predecessor.

Mandel, who served as Maryland governor from 1969 to 1979, died Sunday at age 95.

“Less Testing, More Learning” began Monday

Maryland council is studying how to reduce recidivism and the costs of the state’s prisons.

Private-sector and civic leaders urge governments to craft a plan to cope with historic budget cutbacks.

County and agency, which sparred over project for years, join forces to sue contractors for $166 million.

One plant is about to open, one is being built and another is proposed in the same rural area.

He hopes to talk with the head of a company that buys structured settlements from lead-paint victims.

Maryland’s corrections secretary is changing hiring and firing processes in effort to clean up the department.

About 750 men were transferred to other city facilities in recent weeks after Gov. Hogan ordered jail closed.

Advocates for working families criticize the New Jersey governor’s record and urge Hogan not to follow.

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