Maryland courts have handled nearly 800 petitions in 10 months under the state’s new emergency risk protection order, a civil process that allows judges to temporarily order the removal of guns and ammunition from homes under certain circumstances. And while ...Read More »
A group of Maryland government employees and union members rallied Wednesday in Baltimore to protest what they say is the governor's refusal to fill thousands of vacant government positions.Read More »
Business owners in Maryland who have permits to wear and carry a handgun apparently will be able to carry their weapons outside of business-related functions. The Maryland State Police began notifying permit holders of the change Monday, one attorney who ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has met with state and federal law enforcement officials to discuss security issues, including the threat posed by racially motivated extremists. Hogan met Monday with Jennifer Boone, special agent in charge of the FBI’s ...Read More »
A defamation claim filed against four Republican Party officials by a Republican state delegate has been dismissed.Read More »
WASHINGTON — Washington’s Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is asking Maryland to release over $50 million the state has withheld for a month amid ongoing funding disputes. The Washington Post reports Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld recently sent a letter to Maryland officials ...
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State health officials say they cannot determine if two employees working at the Harbor Tunnel contracted Legionnaires’ disease at the facility despite finding the bacteria in the building’s water system. Test results released Friday by the Maryland Department of Health ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan will become the chairman of the National Governors Association. News outlets report the Republican governor will be elevated from vice chairman to lead the bipartisan governors’ group at their summer meeting Friday in Salt ...
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