Maryland continues to have to triage who gets to be tested for COVID-19 while it asks the federal government pointed questions about the ability and capacity to test for the disease caused by the coronavirus. The state could have drive-thru ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland House of Delegates gave final approval to a multibillion-dollar expansion of education funding billed as a once-in-a-generation change to improve public school education. The House voted 96-38 along party lines on House Bill 1300 just a ...Read More »
Legislation that would help settle ongoing litigation over funding at Maryland’s historically black colleges and universities passed the General Assembly, and it awaits Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature for final approval. The bill, sponsored by House Speaker Adrienne Jones, D-Baltimore County, ...Read More »
Breaking: Gov. Larry Hogan has postponed the April 28 primary Election to June 2. ANNAPOLIS — Maryland will delay it’s presidential primary election amid heightened concerns that gatherings at polling places will increase the risk of community transmission of the ...
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ANNAPOLIS – A key Senate committee has recommended the confirmation of nearly two dozen appointments to the University of Medical System Board that had been on hold since earlier this year. The Senate Executive Nominations Committee voted overwhelmingly to support ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A landmark public education bill and two bills that would provide partial funding for the plan cleared a preliminary hurdle in the Senate Saturday. The votes on the Kirwan Commission education recommendations and an online advertising tax and ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — There were no gatherings of people in the State House Friday. The usual suspects — the advocates and the lobbyists and the tour groups that usually congregate in the spaces between the House and Senate chambers — were ...Read More »