Democrats vying to challenge Gov. Larry Hogan in November gathered in Baltimore on Monday looking to make their case and differentiate themselves from a large field or introduce themselves to voters for the first time.Read More »
Best Week, Worst Week: Loyola raises $100M; Baltimore official gone from Pugh administration. Again.
Loyola University Maryland capped a seven-year fundraising campaign this week with great news, while the Pugh administration is dealing with the aftermath of yet another public official forced out under a shroud of controversy.Read More »
In Baltimore’s final plea for a Supreme Court hearing, lawyers for the city this week pressed the justices to review and restore an ordinance that required pregnancy centers opposed to abortion and artificial birth control to notify patients the facilities do not offer services for terminating or preventing pregnancies.Read More »