Maryland’s top alcohol regulator said he is prepared for a multi-year fight to change what he called archaic laws that prevent an expansion of craft beer brewing in Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot Monday rolled out two six packs of changes ...Read More »
A Baltimore homicide detective has died a day after he was shot in the head while conducting an investigation. Police Commissioner Kevin Davis said at a news conference Thursday that 43-year-old Sean Suiter, an 18-year veteran of the department, was ...Read More »
The state of Maryland is announcing new apprenticeship programs. The state’s labor department has approved three new registered apprenticeship sponsors. It also has reactivated four previous sponsors. The department says the newly approved programs bring the total number of new ...
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AUSTIN, Texas — Vice President Mike Pence told a gathering of Republican governors Wednesday “we’ve got real momentum,” despite stinging electoral defeats last week in Virginia and New Jersey, a GOP-led Congress that has failed to pass any major legislation ...
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A year after the General Assembly passed legislation targeting price gouging by generic drug manufacturers, a health care advocacy group will bring forward legislation in 2018 designed to decrease the prices of all prescription drugs, including brand name and specialty ...Read More »
A Democratic woman running for Maryland governor has proposed creating a new state agency focused on stopping sexual harassment and violence, including by identifying repeat offenders, auditing state offices and requiring individuals who seek public office, employment or funding to ...Read More »
TOWSON — Inmates in Maryland will process and cook 275 turkeys for an annual Thanksgiving feast started by an advocate for the homeless. The free feast was started in Baltimore 36 years ago by the late Bea Gaddy, who used ...Read More »