Democratic women's group seeks swift end to Anderson investigation
Several dozen Democratic women in Baltimore are calling on leaders in the General Assembly and the state party to speed up an ethics investigation into city Del. Curt Anderson.
Zirkin assails Jealous for likening Court of Appeals to Supreme Court
'It is a blatant attempt to nationalize the judicial appointments issue,' Sen. Robert A. “Bobby” Zirkin said in response to a tweet Monday from the Democratic nominee's campaign.
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Maryland candidates weigh in on football investigation
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he supports the University of Maryland's decision to put the football coach on administrative leave after troubling reports about the program following a player's death.
Hogan, Jealous hold dueling endorsement events in key county
Maryland's two major party candidates for governor went to Baltimore County on Wednesday touting endorsements in an effort to bolster support in a key jurisdiction.
Maryland senators ask for probe of company with Russian tie
Maryland's senators are asking Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to review the transaction between a venture fund with Russian ties and a company deeply involved in Maryland's election infrastructure.
Md. comptroller proposes online sales tax rules
Some online retailers could soon pay state sales taxes under new regulations proposed by Comptroller Peter Franchot. The new sales tax regulations — less than a full page — would impose a 6 percent sales tax on online retailers who either have a minimum of 200 transactions in Maryland or sales on taxable goods and ...
Md. urges Exelon to join 'all hands on deck' storm cleanup
Maryland’s secretaries of the Environment and Natural Resources are calling on Exelon to join an “all hands on deck” response to cleaning up debris along the Susquehanna River. A spate of storms that left Maryland with one of the wettest Julys on record also forced large amounts of debris down the East Coast’s longest river, ...
Frosh waited too long to file in 'Peace Cross' case, GOP opponent says
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh may have waited too long to challenge in the U.S. Supreme Court a federal appeals court ruling that a 40-foot cross erected more than 90 years ago as a war memorial on state-owned land in Bladensburg violates the constitutional separation of church and state, his re-election foe said Friday.
Hogan administration announces plan for $75.7M from VW settlement
Maryland officials have developed a draft spending plan for $75.7 million in federal settlement money from the Volkswagen “defeat devices” case that would pay for electric vehicle charging stations, the replacement of old, dirty diesel engines with clean engines and other strategies to help improve air quality. The proposal announced Thursday focuses on ways that Maryland can reduce ...