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In Iowa, nowhere for O’Malley to go but up

In the latest poll, Maryland’sr Martin O’Malley remains at the bottom of the heap of potential 2016 Democratic White House hopefuls.

Freshman Md. delegate pushes bill to restore voting rights for felons

Del. Cory McCray spent his teenage years selling drugs on Baltimore city streets

Nancy Kopp reelected as Maryland state treasurer by General Assembly

Nancy Kopp reelected as Maryland state treasurer by General Assembly

The former House delegate begins her fourth term as treasurer.

Leggett lets clock run on asking council to back name change for Redskins

Leggett lets clock run on asking council to back name change for Redskins

A resolution to the Montgomery council asking them to urge the team to change its name has been held up.

In progressive Montgomery, painful stories of racism past and present

In progressive Montgomery, painful stories of racism past and present

The county’s civil rights pioneers testified before the Montgomery council about discrimination they experienced.

For Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, fighting heroin scourge is personal

For Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, fighting heroin scourge is personal

Hogan, whose cousin died of an overdose, says there is no easy answer to the addiction crisis.

Maryland Senate committee considers bill on chicken manure limitations

The hearing was held a day after Hogan unveiled a plan to limit the use of chicken manure on farms

Hogan meets to discuss bid for FBI headquarters

Md. governor, Pr. George’s executive and members of state congressional delegation plan on a “united front.”

Democrats grill nominee for Md. transportation chief about Purple Line

Pete K. Rahn’s nomination did not appear in jeopardy, though a Senate committee vote was delayed.

Hogan unveils new rules for farms that use chicken manure

Plan includes a one-year delay in implementation, raising concerns among environmentalists.

Hogan pushes bill to expand number of charter schools in Maryland

Hogan pushes bill to expand number of charter schools in Maryland

Measure has some bipartisan support, but which provisions will survive remains unclear.