Thirty states, including Maryland, have taken the side of Enron shareholders seeking damages from big investment banks in a federal case over the banks
Legislation to ensure fair compensation to businesses dislocated during eminent domain proceedings has already been introduced in the Maryland Senate, bringing back one of last year
Maryland returns to Democratic rule next week, but incoming Gov. Martin O
Former Massachusetts House Speaker Thomas Finneran, once considered the most powerful man in the Statehouse, pleaded guilty Friday to obstruction of justice in a deal that spares him prison time for misrepresenting his role in a redistricting plan that diluted the clout of minority voters.
Newly elected House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took a victory lap Friday through Baltimore, the blue-collar city where she grew up and learned politics from her father, who was mayor in the 1940s and 50s.
After two years trying to fend off legislative efforts to require certain companies to offer health benefits, state business groups are taking a hands-on approach to the health insurance debate this year.
New postal reform legislation that passed Congress calls for the first major changes in decades on how the post office works. Few Americans are likely to notice the difference.
Advocates for illegal immigrants are optimistic that immigration law will favor them now that a Democrat is in the governor's office with a compatible General Assembly.
Horse auctioneer Fasig-Tipton Co. is willing to finance the lion
Maryland came in 16th in a ranking this month of the country
Maryland came in 16th in a ranking this month of the country’s most livable states, dropping four places from its place in last year’s rankings.
Horse auctioneer Fasig-Tipton Co. is willing to finance the lion’s share of a $2.5 million upgrade at the Maryland State Fairgrounds as part of a new lease, said Howard “Max” Mosner Jr., head the nonprofit organization that runs the Timonium complex.