WASHINGTON — As next Friday’s presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump draws closer, speculation over who won’t be in attendance has become as much a talking point as the event itself, with more than 50 members of Congress already saying they’ll ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The state’s Motor Vehicle Administration is advocating legislation that would transfer regulatory power of self-driving cars to the agency and the state police, saying the change may improve safety on Maryland roads and reduce human error. Motor Vehicle ...
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A Senate committee heard testimony regarding a proposal to extend Maryland hate-crime protections to law enforcement officers. The bill, originally titled The Blue Lives Matter Act of 2017, adds language to the Police Protection Act defining a law enforcement officer ...Read More »
CHESTERTOWN — An Eastern Shore deputy who was critically wounded in an exchange of gunfire with a suspect in a domestic disturbance has been released from a Baltimore hospital. The Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan said his proposed fiscal 2018 budget will do what is seemingly impossible — provide record increases in spending for education and other programs, increases for police and targeted tax cuts while simultaneously spending less. Hogan ...
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WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown is joining the growing list of Democrats who plan to boycott President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday. Brown, who represents suburban Washington in Maryland’s 4th Congressional District, said Monday that he would be skipping ...Read More »
FORT MEADE — The National Security Agency’s internal watchdog has found more than 100 cases in five years in which civilian employees and contractors falsely claimed to have been at work. Details about the cases were released in response to ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Lawmakers awaiting advice from a panel charged with reviewing how public school construction and renovation projects in the state are selected and funded may have to develop their own plans or wait another year. An interim report discussed ...Read More »
Democratic Party officials are recommending sending a former Baltimore councilman to the House of Delegates after their previous pick was indicted on campaign violations days before his swearing-in ceremony. Media outlets report that the Democratic Central Committee for the 40th ...Read More »