An apple a day might keep the doctor away, but using an apple logo could land you in court. Representatives of Maryland’s largest teachers’ union late Thursday said they will file suit Friday in Montgomery County Circuit Court over the ...Read More »
COLUMBIA — A former governor of Maryland said business owners should be concerned about the deterioration of moderate politics in the state. Gov. Robert Ehrlich Jr. said the state’s move to the left in a hyper-partisan political era will be ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan is showcasing a pair of endorsements from two local labor unions. Hogan announced the endorsements Thursday from the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 2563 and 582 in Anne Arundel County. Hogan ...Read More »
Maryland officials are holding a hearing on proposed premium rates for next year's health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act that are sold directly to individuals.Read More »
As if Maryland’s casino industry didn’t face enough challenges from out-of-state competitors, it now has to brace for the development of a mini-casino in York that might prove appealing to Maryland residents along the Pennsylvania border. The parent company of ...
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Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ben Jealous said his new plan to cut the state sales tax is not in conflict with another of his campaign proposals that includes a possible sales tax increase. Jealous, standing outside a Hampden optician’s office, said his ...Read More »