Maryland Politics

Nearly all 500,000 tests were returned to the manufacturer, acting health secretary Dennis Schrader says.

Deni Taveras, the first Latina elected to the council, will serve as vice chair.

Gabe Albornoz, chair of the council’s health committee and a strong advocate for Latino communities, is elected vice president.

The legislation is one of the first of its kind in the country and part of officials’ broader efforts to improve health.

Good Food Markets opened a pilot location in Northeast Washington but has struggled to open other stores.

The Maryland governor said he has lost a total of 50 pounds. He dropped 30 on a formalized weight-loss plan in recent months.

Maryland governor quietly bought replacement tests; aides kept problems from lawmakers.

About 1,200 prisoners are eligible to be released

The money should instead go toward mental health resources and after-school activities, council members Will Jawando and Hans Riemer say.

Pandemic triggered huge rush of applications. Aging bureaucracies still haven’t caught up.

After an unprecedented surge in mail ballots, elections officials weigh what should be retained in 2022.

Many Republicans are challenging election results. Riggleman, Gade and Hogan are among the exceptions.

A coalition wants the General Assembly to support the governor’s veto of the new tax.

The 2020 legislative session was halted abruptly in March.

Top government official says it was a “mistake,” but lawmakers want a full audit.

Region’s results will affect Larry Hogan’s presidential hopes, gambling, 2013 elections and D.C. statehood.

For first-time voters, the divisive 2020 election motivated them to cast ballots like no other before it.

In Baltimore, Brandon M. Scott, 36, was poised to become the city’s youngest mayor.

Unprecedented early voting and other changes in Virginia, Maryland and D.C. also delayed the counting of some ballots.

Threats of violence, mistrust in the integrity of the election and a deadly pandemic that makes voting physically risky have conjured a bleak mood among those casting ballots in the District, Maryland and Virginia.

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