Abortion remains legal in Maryland after Roe v. Wade was overturned, but advocates and experts warned that the broad ruling could still have significant consequences here.
Speaking just hours before the General Assembly is set to convene, Gov. Larry Hogan urged lawmakers Wednesday morning to pass as soon as possible his proposed $1 billion Relief Act for Maryland businesses and residents hardest hit by the pandemic-spurred economic freefall. “I’d like to see them bring it right to the floor,” Hogan said […]
Support is growing on a four-member panel to remove a plaque from Maryland’s Capitol that honors the Civil War’s Union and Confederate soldiers from the state and once showed a Confederate flag that has been covered over.
ANNAPOLIS — Just hours before the opening of the 2020 Maryland General Assembly session, Gov. Larry Hogan set the stage for a showdown with the legislature’s new leaders over their proposed $4 billion-per-year program to improve public school education in the state. “Increasing education in Maryland we all agree on,” Hogan said Wednesday morning. “There […]
Maryland's House Speaker is urging the state's governor to settle a lawsuit involving four historically black colleges for $577 million.
Two Maryland Democratic delegates have joined forces in an effort to elect the state’s first black speaker of the House. House Speaker Pro Tem Del. Adrienne Jones, D-Baltimore County, said she would withdraw her candidacy for the top spot and throw her support behind Del. Dereck Davis, D-Prince George’s and chairman of the House Economic […]