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DGA spends more to bolster Brown campaign in Md.

DGA spends more to bolster Brown campaign in Md.

The Democratic governors group bought two more weeks of ads amid signs the race remains competitive.

Ulman, Frosh vow to defend Md. gun law if elected Nov. 4

Democratic nominees for lieutenant governor, attorney general celebrate restrictive law’s first anniversary.

As some Md. minimum wages increase, activists want more

As some Md. minimum wages increase, activists want more

Wednesday marked the first increase in the minimum wage in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.

Poll: Brown has narrow lead over Hogan in governor’s race

Poll: Brown has narrow lead over Hogan in governor’s race

The survey by Gonzales Research gives the Democrat a lead of 4 percentage points in Maryland.

Standing in 2016 polls ‘doesn’t terribly worry’ O’Malley

Standing in 2016 polls ‘doesn’t terribly worry’ O’Malley

The Maryland governor said in an interview that low rankings can still lead to victory in a presidential bid.

Pot decriminalization takes effect in Maryland

Other new laws include the “yoga” tax in D.C. and higher minimum wages in Montgomery and Pr. George’s.

Hillary Clinton skips Brown fundraiser, sends Bill instead

Hillary Clinton skips Brown fundraiser, sends Bill instead

The former secretary of state is clearing her calendar to spend more time with her new granddaughter.

O’Malley talks StateStat with the prime minister of India

O’Malley talks StateStat with the prime minister of India

Maryland’s governor spent about 30 minutes with Narendra Modi in Washington on Tuesday.

Montgomery Council approves public campaign finance

Candidates for county executive, council could opt into system that leverages money from small donors.

Md. wins $650M federal grant to state foster-care system

Maryland is the first state this year to win a federal block grant to fund foster-care programs.

O’Malley is welcomed in N.H. but faces questions on future

O’Malley is welcomed in N.H. but faces questions on future

Maryland’s governor visited the first presidential primary state for the fourth time over the past year.