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O’Malley seeks families of victims of death-row inmates

O’Malley seeks families of victims of death-row inmates

The move by the Maryland governor prompts speculation that he might commute four sentences.

With eye on 2016, O’Malley has continued to hire PAC staff

With eye on 2016, O’Malley has continued to hire PAC staff

Maryland’s governor is weighing a presidential bid that would likely pit him against Hillary Clinton.

Hogan says budget gap won’t stop Md. tax rollbacks

Hogan says budget gap won’t stop Md. tax rollbacks

Gov.-elect Larry Hogan pledges to move ahead on tax rollbacks at a meeting of Republican governors.

Speaker Busch shuffles some top lieutenants in Md. House

Speaker Busch shuffles some top lieutenants in Md. House

New chairman are named for committees overseeing appropriations and the environment.

Brown, Hogan both owe $500,000. Hogan’s debt is easier.

Brown, Hogan both owe $500,000. Hogan’s debt is easier.

For losing candidates, fundraisers and donors can be hard to come by. For the winners, it’s different.

O’Malley headed to New York to court political donors

O’Malley headed to New York to court political donors

Maryland’s Democratic governor continues to weigh a 2016 White House bid.

Maryland’s health exchange now fully open for business

Maryland’s health exchange now fully open for business

The state’s newly rebuilt site was fully operational on Monday, two days ahead of schedule.

Event at Annapolis wine bar said to net $250K for Md. GOP

Event at Annapolis wine bar said to net $250K for Md. GOP

The gathering will help pay outstanding bills related to Larry Hogan’s bid for governor.

Hogan: $600 million shortfall will affect tax-cutting plans

Hogan: $600 million shortfall will affect tax-cutting plans

The incoming Republican governor has pledged to roll back as many O’Malley era increases as possible.

Doug Gansler to become partner at BuckleySandler in D.C.

Doug Gansler to become partner at BuckleySandler in D.C.

The attorney general, once an early favorite in the Md. gubernatorial race, has said leaving office won’t be easy.

Hogan names another six appointees to his transition team

Hogan names another six appointees to his transition team

Maryland’s governor-elect taps the former state superintendent of schools, among others.