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Montgomery, Prince George’s up for part of $20 million in school funding

Two state legislative committees passed a bill to give five Maryland counties more construction money.

O’Malley, eyeing White House run, is booked Sunday on ‘This Week’

O’Malley, eyeing White House run, is booked Sunday on ‘This Week’

The former Maryland governor will get some national exposure on the talk-show circuit.

Maryland Democratic Party chairwoman announces resignation

Maryland Democratic Party chairwoman announces resignation

Yvette Lewis said she will resign on April 2 so she can spend more time with her family.

Maryland Senate unanimously approves budget

Maryland Senate unanimously approves budget

Republicans and Democrats praise each other for the cooperation that led to deficit-reducing spending plan.

Maryland Senate committee approves budget plan

The vote took place hours before the full House finalized its budget proposal.

Sen. Miller says he wants to work with Gov. Hogan on tax-relief proposals

Sen. Miller says he wants to work with Gov. Hogan on tax-relief proposals

The Democratic leader said that since Hogan has compromised on the budget, he wants to return the favor.

Senator introduces bill to limit Pr. George’s property tax increases

Senator introduces bill to limit Pr. George’s property tax increases

Sen. C. Anthony Muse’s bill proposes limiting county leader’s authority to override tax cap.

Lawyers in Md. assault weapons ban case face off in federal appeals court

Lawyers in Md. assault weapons ban case face off in federal appeals court

The law bans 45 types of assault weapons and magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds.

Baker, schools chief trying to convince council, public to spend big on schools

Baker, schools chief trying to convince council, public to spend big on schools

The Pr. George’s County Council has until June to pass, amend or reject the county executive’s budget.

Montgomery officials say Wheaton activist is asking a $58,000 question

Montgomery officials say Wheaton activist is asking a $58,000 question

The county’s response to her request for details of a library and recreation center project stirred frustration.

As fracking becomes a possibility in Maryland, lawmakers try to stall it

As fracking becomes a possibility in Maryland, lawmakers try to stall it

One bill would delay fracking for three years, another would hold energy companies liable for injuries.