The unusual move by longtime state Sen. Ulysses Currie is latest evidence of dissent among Maryland Democrats.
Under new leadership and with an influx of young members, the caucus says it will push hard for its agenda.
The current system favors those with strong ties to political parties.
Merriweather’s neighbors are unhappy with increased sound.
Del. Dan Morhaim tells Baltimore Sun he wishes he disclosed role “in hindsight.”
Better controls to fight “doctor shopping” are great, but legislators also caved to the medical lobby.
Virginia says yes. Maryland is not so sure.
But in Maryland, the Hogan administration hates its version of a scoring system for transportation planning.
Hogan signs bills to increase voter participation, limit some student testing and address heroin epidemic
Governor signs nearly 200 pieces of legislation.
Senate and House lawmakers couldn’t bridge a .04-percent gap in how much to cut taxes for the rich.