ANNAPOLIS — For years members of the General Assembly have openly boasted of a more genteel brand of politics than their federal cousins practice just 30 miles west on Route 50. But some members, Democrats and Republicans, expressed concern Friday ...Read More »
RHODESDALE – Bob Murphy’s Double Trouble Farms may be the most cutting-edge poultry operation on the Eastern Shore right now. But the significance of the farm in Rhodesdale is not the poultry itself. It’s the technology used to repurpose ...Read More »
ACCOKEEK — Officials say a broken sewer main at a wastewater treatment plant in Prince George’s County has caused more than 1 million gallons of wastewater to flow into a creek. The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission said in a statement ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate is scheduled to vote on a resolution to empower the attorney general to sue the federal government without the governor’s permission. The Senate is expected to vote Friday on the resolution, which would clear the ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Senate gave preliminary approval Thursday to a resolution that would allow the Office of the Attorney General to sue the federal government, ignoring the objections of some Republicans who walked off the floor in protest. The ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS – Maryland is one of the least transparent states regarding police misconduct complaints, civil rights advocates said in Annapolis this week. The American Civil Liberties Union and CASA, a Latino and immigrant organization, as well as other civil rights ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A bill proposed by the governor would change Maryland’s sexual abuse law to allow law enforcement to more effectively prosecute suspected sex traffickers of children, regardless of whether the trafficker is a relative of the victim. Hogan’s Protecting ...Read More »