The sine die Seder went off without a hitch as legislators broke from their mad dash to midnight to celebrate the Israelites' escape from Egyptian bondage.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s 90-day legislative session is coming to an end. Lawmakers will be working on legislation to battle opioid addiction and to make changes to the state’s medical marijuana law. A measure to protect internet privacy also remains before ...
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The House of Delegates Saturday gave final approval to an amended version of Gov. Larry Hogan’s ethics reform package. And while House Bill 978 provides for stiffer penalties for bribery — a provision offered on the same morning a state senator ...Read More »
A Howard County delegate’s crusade to end child marriage in Maryland has again faced opposition this session from legislators who say they understand the importance of stopping forced marriages but do not want to deny “legitimate couples” access to the ...Read More »
The nomination of Dennis Schrader, Gov. Larry Hogan’s recent pick to lead the state health department, has been withdrawn but a spokesman for the first-term Republican said the nominee will be back next year. Schrader, who was interviewed by the ...Read More »
“For the gentleman who is celebrating his birthday today, I think we should only celebrate his birthday when five other senators have their birthdays.” Sen. Justin Ready, R-Carroll County, speaking of Sen. Craig Zucker, D-Montgomery County, who celebrated his 42nd birthday ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland House panel has voted against Gov. Larry Hogan’s redistricting reform bill, but a Senate committee has passed a bill to create a mid-Atlantic compact for drawing congressional district lines. The Republican governor’s bill rejected Monday would ...Read More »