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Scott fires back at Hogan over crime policy criticism
Mayor Brandon Scott says the governor is playing "publicity games" instead of helping Baltimore solve the problem of violent crime.
MSBA to host Maryland gubernatorial forums in June
The Maryland State Bar Association is hosting nonpartisan Maryland gubernatorial forums in June.
Hogan calls for update from mayor on Baltimore crime plan
Gov. Larry Hogan renewed criticisms of Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott's efforts to reduce violent crime.
Some Democratic gubernatorial candidates bucking top lawmakers on gas tax hike
Some of Maryland's leading Democratic candidates for governor are divided on how an impending increase to the state gas tax should be handled.
Franchot urges Hogan, lawmakers to hold special session to curb gas tax
Maryland's top tax collector is urging Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic legislative leaders to call a special session to address the largest gas tax increase in a decade.
House GOP assails Frosh for less litigious 'zeal' with Biden than Trump
Maryland House Republicans assailed the state’s Democratic attorney general Monday for not suing President Joe Biden with the same gusto he took on President Donald Trump in court for federal actions perceived to harm the state or its residents. The GOP House Caucus’ letter to Brian E. Frosh recounted the attorney general’s lawsuits after the ...
Md. motorists facing 6.6-cent gas tax hike; Hogan, Franchot joust over possible actions
With Maryland motorists facing the largest state gas tax increase in a decade, two of the state's top elected officials are looking to each other for a temporary way out.
Portraits of Larry, Yumi Hogan reflect their styles and hoped-for legacies
Portraits of the Hogans reflect how they want to be recalled; the collection shows earlier styles, snubs, legacy-burnishing.
Md. loses 500 jobs in April; unemployment drops to 4.2%
The state of Maryland’s job total stood nearly stagnant in April as unemployment dropped to its lowest total since the beginning of the pandemic.
Report urges legal action against indicted former MES director McGrath
A panel called on Maryland Environmental Service to take civil legal action against its indicted former director and his top aide for money paid to them.