State Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks will have a separate trial on an obstruction of justice charge after a federal judge ruled Friday that the count should be severed from nine counts of bribery- and fraud-related offenses he also faces.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday said he will urge the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down as unconstitutional a congressional district the Democrat-led General Assembly redrew to replace a Republican U.S. representative with a Democratic one. The ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Data on discrimination in Maryland’s overall economy provides “a strong basis in evidence” to support helping businesses owned by women and minorities in the types of industries relevant to the state’s fledgling medical marijuana industry, a state report ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan, who became the first person to win the Maryland governorship using public campaign finance funds, has a lot more money to work with for his re-election campaign. Hogan on Wednesday was expected to file that ...Read More »
Mandatory paid sick leave is now law in Maryland after years of debate, and employment attorneys are making sure both employers and employees are prepared for changes that will impact 700,000 workers in the state. “Most employers that we work ...Read More »
Democrats offended by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's budget release injected race into a protest that included not attending an annual budget breakfast.Read More »