Under legislation passed earlier this year, the new board will focus on making the community college more relevant to businesses and attractive to city students.Read More »
Less than a week after the U.S. House of Representatives voted to dismantle much of the Dodd-Frank banking regulations Act, the leaders of Maryland’s General Assembly named the majority of members to a state panel created to monitor changes to federal financial ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley testified that part of his intent was to shift a congressional district long held by a Republican to a Democrat when the state redrew its eight districts in 2011. O’Malley, a Democrat whose ...Read More »
Prospects of a special session on medical cannabis licenses continue to be dim as the leaders of the House and Senate have yet to agree to a bill or even sit down and talk.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. Tuesday said he’s feeling better after a brief afternoon visit to a local hospital. Miller, 74, reported feeling light-headed sometime after presiding over a Senate floor session earlier in the day. ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan’s chief lobbyist said the first-term Republican is willing to negotiate with the legislature over a controversial transportation scoring law — with one major caveat. Chris Shank, Hogan’s legislative officer, told the Senate Budget and Taxation ...Read More »