ANNAPOLIS — A first-in-the-nation law enabling Maryland’s attorney general to take action against pharmaceutical price gouging is scheduled to go into effect next week, along with a number of other laws approved in the state’s last legislation session. Here’s a ...Read More »
RICHMOND, Va. — The governors of Maryland and Virginia and the mayor of Washington are headed to Canada together for a trade mission. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser are on a two-day ...Read More »
The Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland will host its second annual public hearing Saturday in Annapolis, work session for caucus members and constituents to discuss priority issues for the upcoming legislative session. The hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. to ...Read More »
Two embattled state appointees have been reassigned in an attempt to restore their paychecks and resolve, at least in part, a standoff between Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic leaders in the legislature. Wendi Peters and Dennis Schrader, the acting ...
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Marylanders stuck in traffic on three major thoroughfares could have some relief to look forward to as a result of a massive construction plan announced Thursday by Gov. Larry Hogan. Hogan, a Republican wrapping up his first term, announced Thursday ...Read More »
Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this item incorrectly stated the source of a report about the cost of the renewed program. The report came from Montgomery County Public Schools. And a mention of continuing the Phoenix program in students’ ...Read More »
Two public health care workers in Maryland have the itch to add a mosquito emoji to the online animal kingdom. The Baltimore Sun reports Marla Shaivitz and Jeff Chertak want to generate buzz for the emoji with a petition to the Unicode ...Read More »