Budget language barring two of Gov. Larry Hogan’s Cabinet secretaries from being paid is legal, according to Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh. Hogan’s own legal counsel fired back, calling Frosh’s declaration unconstitutional and requesting permission to retain outside counsel ...Read More »
Lawmakers barely got out of Annapolis before Gov. Larry Hogan sent a message about how the Senate handled his appointments. Two of the most contentious appointments — Wendi Peters and Dennis Schrader — were re-appointed by Hogan Tuesday, less than ...
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Two legislators took to social media to offer angry reactions to Gov. Larry Hogan's criticisms of the Baltimore City Schools system, including a $129 million budget deficit.Read More »
WASHINGTON — With states seizing the initiative on shaping the future of self-driving cars, General Motors is trying to persuade lawmakers in Maryland an across the country to approve rules that would benefit the automaker while potentially keeping its competitors ...Read More »
When Baltimore’s streets erupted in the worst rioting in 40 years, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan pledged to help heal the city. Instead, critics say, some of his administration’s policy decisions over the last 16 months actually undercut local efforts to ...Read More »
Revisions to a bill in Annapolis will make sure two Maryland universities maintain separate presidents, but the Senate president still favors having a single leader oversee the schools. Members of the Senate Budget & Taxation Committee have tweaked a proposal ...Read More »
Officials with the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange are vowing to do a better job of responding to requests for documents after a review of a log tracking the requests revealed the agency has violated the law in more than three out of every 10 requests.Read More »