The Maryland Democrat died Thursday at age 68.
The former NAACP president said he is “keeping door open to run for governor.”
A poll found a narrow majority of Marylanders say they would back the governor over the incumbent, Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen.
Longtime congressman who died Thursday was a powerful presence in Washington and on his city’s streets.
The longtime lawmaker’s seat will be filled through a special election in early 2020.
Gaines, an 18-year member of the House of Delegates, used campaign contributions for personal expenses.
Gov. Larry Hogan (R) is battling Democratic legislative leaders over a costly education overhaul.
The purchase of a property in suburban Maryland comes amid a growing regional focus on affordable housing.
The men spent a collective 120 years in prison and have been waiting as long as 20 months for compensation from the state.
State and local governments would pay an additional $4 billion annually, starting in 2030.
The bill would allow residents who face discrimination based on their hair to seek a civil penalty of up to $5,000
Adrienne A. Jones sought its removal because of “offensive language” that “sympathizes with Confederate motivations.”
A new bill would charge “teardowns” additional fees to fund affordable housing.
Tawanna Gaines is the third delegate from the county charged with financial wrongdoing in recent years.
But the Republican governor say he is concerned about whether the process will be fair and objective.
More than 400 pit bulls were euthanized last year in Prince George’s County.
The Prince George’s County delegate is accused of using $22,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses.
The statistics come as advocates are pushing to overturn the county’s pit bull ban.
Tensions are rising in Frederick over local and national immigration enforcement.
Animal rights activists say the dogs aren’t inherently dangerous. Residents aware of attacks disagree.