Top lawmakers warn of dire economic consequences without changes to the state’s public school systems.
The team says all options remain open, but congressional resistance stymies hopes of a return to the RFK location.
Legislation authorizes Maryland Stadium Authority to issue the construction bonds starting in fiscal 2022.
The cellular networking plan was previously mandatory for the state’s six largest voting jurisdictions. Now it’s optional.
A judge said the statute couldn’t be used against the man who killed Richard Collins III at a bus stop.
The state’s recognition of the famed abolitionists is part of a broad effort to address historical imbalances.
With refillable cartridges now illegal, disposable e-cigarettes are becoming more popular with teens.
Taja Robinson’s experience is part of a growing debate about smoking bans and how to enforce them.
The ban — which some store owners strongly opposed — went into effect Jan. 1.
Multistate push so far has been more successful in Virginia, where the team does not have a stadium.
Darryl A. Varnum admitted to leaving a threatening voice mail over a bill he did not support.
Maryland’s GOP governor says witnesses should have been called in both chambers.
Those opting not to compete in the April 28 election include Dels. Talmadge Branch and Terri Hill.
The measure calls for the governor to spend $580 million over 10 years.
The race to succeed the late congressman Elijah E. Cummings of Baltimore remains unsettled.
Republican governor urges cooperation in contrast with the rancor consuming Washington.
Marylanders will go to the polls again in April, and the winner will finish the late congressman’s term.
The county launched a pilot program in 2014 but has only 80 cameras. Officials say they will fund the program this year, after years of struggling to find resources.
Candidates for Elijah Cummings’s House seat say they would try to address the city’s record murder rate.
Lawmakers revived ban-the-box legislation, expansion of Dream Act, abolition of gun-permit appeals panel.