With Maryland projected to be short billions of dollars for its long-term transportation projects, state lawmakers next session may have to scale back high-profile plans.
A three-judge panel of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals has denied a request to stay a lower court order that would allow mail-in ballots to be counted as early as Saturday.
In the state capital you can’t swing a dead cat without hitting a portrait of a lord, lady or other more important figure in Maryland history. But the story of Lord Benjamin and his portrait is not one of those stories. Because Lord Benjamin is a figment of a lawmaker’s impish imagination. A prank some […]
Daily Record government affairs reporter Bryan P. Sears hosted Mileah Kromer and Sen. Clarence Lam for a free webinar discussion Monday, March 14, as part of the Eye on Annapolis series focusing on the 2022 General Assembly session.
Daily Record government affairs reporter Bryan P. Sears will host Mileah Kromer and Sen. Clarence Lam in a free webinar discussion at 10 a.m. Monday, March 14, as part of the Eye on Annapolis series focusing on the 2022 General Assembly session.
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland will stop requiring masks in state buildings next week, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday. The governor cited continuing improvements in state health metrics relating to COVID-19. Hospitalizations have dropped to 751 in Maryland. That is down 78% since hitting a peak last month. Hogan says the state is able to take another […]
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan called on the State Board of Education on Thursday to stop requiring face coverings in schools. Hogan cited the state’s improving health metrics, a well as the widespread availability of vaccines for school-age children. “A growing number of medical professionals, parents, and bipartisan state officials throughout the nation are […]
Senate President Bill Ferguson spent $200,000 renovating a room for use as a space for news conferences.
An ongoing pandemic will again affect Maryland’s upcoming General Assembly session. The state finds itself in a new, more intense surge of COVID-19 because of the more transmissible omicron strain. A coalition of good government and other groups said plans for the 2022 session don’t go far enough and in some cases are confusing. “While […]
Former Republican Anne Arundel County executive and entrepreneur Laura Neuman announced her bid for Maryland governor as a Democrat.
An ongoing pandemic will again affect Maryland's upcoming General Assembly session.
The opening of the 2022 session will be marked by key changes in several standing committees in the House of Delegates. The moves come as Alexandra Hughes, the first Black woman to serve as chief of staff both under House Speakers Michael Busch and Adrienne Jones, leaves to form her own Annapolis consulting firm. Jones, […]