The chairman of the Maryland Republican Party and his wife, an Anne Arundel County Council member, say they will spend $10,000 on meals at local restaurants and caterers to ease some of the financial pressures brought on by the response to COVID-19.Read More »
Eye on Annapolis
The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog
Maryland’s governor and top tax collector are making it easier to get an alcoholic beverage during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since Wednesday, both Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot have announced an easing of regulations and enforcements on alcohol sales ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Maryland took a major step toward legalizing sports betting after a House committee adopted changes to a bill that could send the issue to voters in November. The House of Delegates voted 125-2 late Tuesday night to approve ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Lawmakers and employees at the State House will see a relatively unfamiliar sight when they arrive Monday — additional military and police. At least three military vehicles were parked along State Circle near the Capitol, and a marked ...Read More »
The Maryland General Assembly will adjourn early for the first time in memory as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. House Speaker Adrienne Jones and Senate President Bill Ferguson made the announcement at a joint news conference before a rare ...Read More »
The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration will move to an all-appointment schedule in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The announcement Wednesday came as Gov. Larry Hogan warned residents to stay calm but prepare for massive disruptions in normal daily routines. Hogan ...
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A Maryland state trooper and the sheriff of Frederick County are being hailed as heroes after they worked to save the life of an exonerated man who was in Annapolis to testify in favor of a bill to set compensation ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan’s latest lambasting of the legislature over delays in passing his crime bills has left at least one legislative leader feeling a little left out. House Speaker Adrienne Jones, D-Baltimore County, said she too is concerned with violent ...Read More »
Valentine’s Day is a time of wine and romance and … Independent redistricting commissions. Gov. Larry Hogan is hoping to get lawmakers in the mood for some hot redistricting reform action on a day set aside for love by sending ...Read More »