First a senator resigned. Then he rescinded. What that means for Maryland Democrats.

First a senator resigned. Then he rescinded. What that means for Maryland Democrats.

The unusual move by longtime state Sen. Ulysses Currie is latest evidence of dissent among Maryland Democrats.

Maryland Legislative Black Caucus wants to have more impact in 2017

Maryland Legislative Black Caucus wants to have more impact in 2017

Under new leadership and with an influx of young members, the caucus says it will push hard for its agenda.

Open up Maryland’s political appointment process

Open up Maryland’s political appointment process

The current system favors those with strong ties to political parties.

Don’t bring the noise

Don’t bring the noise

Merriweather’s neighbors are unhappy with increased sound.

Md. lawmaker behind medical pot law says he regrets not disclosing business ties

Md. lawmaker behind medical pot law says he regrets not disclosing business ties

Del. Dan Morhaim tells Baltimore Sun he wishes he disclosed role “in hindsight.”

Maryland takes one step forward and one step back against opioids

Maryland takes one step forward and one step back against opioids

Better controls to fight “doctor shopping” are great, but legislators also caved to the medical lobby.

Does math make sense in picking transportation projects?

Does math make sense in picking transportation projects?

Virginia says yes. Maryland is not so sure.

Which transportation project is better? Do the math, Virginia says.

But in Maryland, the Hogan administration hates its version of a scoring system for transportation planning.

Why tax relief — and sick leave — died in Annapolis this year

Why tax relief — and sick leave — died in Annapolis this year

Senate and House lawmakers couldn’t bridge a .04-percent gap in how much to cut taxes for the rich.