Maryland Politics



Republican lawmakers said some colleagues were uncomfortable with the language.

Baltimore Republican Kim Klacik’s viral ads were touted by President Donald Trump and his son Donald Trump Jr.

Gov. Larry Hogan will not veto three-year payments to low-income workers who don’t have Social Security numbers.

Following a Washington Post investigation, lawmakers want to increase inspections of newly bought facilities.

Details of broad accountability bills are hanging in the balance as negotiations continue.

He plans to step down from the foundation he leads this year and said he is “seriously considering” a campaign.

Several positive rapid tests on Tuesday were later reversed by follow-up testing, said Senate President Bill Ferguson (D-Baltimore City).

The controversial zoning change pit some farmers against environmentalists.

Senate President Bill Ferguson said contact-tracing has been done; six senators were absent from a floor session.

The earned income tax credit is praised by both parties for lifting people out of poverty.

Local officials worry that Blacks and Latinos hit hardest by the pandemic will remain vulnerable to illness.

Ben & Jerry’s co-founders, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, are lending their voices to the effort.

Legislative leaders vow to pass separate bill for cash payments to taxpaying noncitizens.

Virginia, Maryland and the District would receive $14 billion, according to funding estimates released this week.

Among other things, plan includes relief for noncitizen taxpayers, which Gov. Hogan said could “jeopardize” the measure.

Under the state’s current system, exonerees often waited for years, if they received compensation at all.

Maryland lawmakers weigh broad policing overhaul after the deaths of George Floyd, Anton Black and others.

Young, the NFL defensive rookie of the year from Prince George’s County, tells lawmakers: ‘My mom is scared for me.’

Congressman whose son died by suicide days before the Capitol breach delivers an emotional argument in favor of the impeachment trial.

Shortage of doses, changing rules and complex sign-up systems left residents deeply frustrated.

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