Grad assistants, library workers rally in Annapolis for collective bargaining rights
University graduate assistants and public library employees renewed their calls for Maryland lawmakers to allow them to unionize.
Md. Senate panel OKs state police chief nominee
A state Senate panel voted to approve the nomination of Lt. Col. Roland Butler as superintendent of the Maryland State Police.
Gov. Moore fights national hype to stay focused on state business
Just a month into his first public office, some media started asking Maryland Gov. Wes Moore if he’s running for president.
Bill enabling attorney general to fight bias in court clears House hurdle
The Maryland House gave preliminary approval to legislation that would empower the attorney general to investigate and litigate instances of widespread unlawful discrimination.
Acting Maryland State Police head pledges to lead agency into 'new era'
Acting Maryland State Police Superintendent Roland Butler told lawmakers he is committed to moving the agency “into a new era.”
Md. senators prepare cannabis regulatory bill for vote in coming days
Maryland senators prepared for a final vote in the coming days on a bill to regulate, license and tax businesses that sell recreational marijuana.
Md. commission advances 3 for sports betting licenses
Two more Maryland businesses have qualified for consideration for a sports wagering license, while a third qualified as an online sports wagering operator.
Md. lawmakers look to iron out budget differences in coming days
Democratic leaders are expected to appoint members to a committee that will iron out differences between the chambers' proposals for Maryland’s $63 billion budget.
Md. unemployment in February dropped to lowest point in 47 years
The unemployment rate in Maryland dropped in February to the lowest number since the U.S. Department of Labor began publishing state estimates in 1976.
Md. bill to combat price gouging in state of emergency advances
Maryland businesses selling certain essential goods or services could be prohibited from raising their prices above 15% during a state of emergency.