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Maryland Treasurer Dereck Davis. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
Nov 29, 2023

Md. to settle claims against prison guard despite treasurer’s objections

Maryland will pay to settle claims from an imprisoned man who alleged that a guard abused and sexually assaulted him.

Cheri Nicole Simpkins
Nov 29, 2023

Gov. Moore appoints judges in Anne Arundel, Prince George’s counties

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore named new judges to the Anne Arundel County and Prince George's County circuit courts.

CCI Health Services President and CEO Sonya Bruton. (Submitted photo)
Nov 28, 2023

Md. partners with nonprofit to combat high unintended pregnancy rates

Maryland, which one of the highest rates of unintended pregnancy in the country, has partnered with a national nonprofit to improve contraceptive care.

Some top Democratic lawmakers are questioning the Gov. Wes Moore's approach to governing and are concerned about administration members’ lack of experience working in Maryland state government. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Nov 26, 2023

Wes Moore’s second session will test his public messaging, political capital

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore’s second legislative session will be a test of his team’s public messaging strategy and the political capital he’s accrued in his first year.

County officials observing work on the Harford Metro Area Network expansion that will allow ThinkBig Networks to connect to and construct their broadband service to the unserved and underserved customers in northern Harford County. (Photo courtesy Harford County Government)
Nov 20, 2023

Moore plans for all unconnected Md. homes to have broadband internet access within 5 years

All Maryland households could have access to broadband internet within five years, according to plans from Gov. Wes Moore's office.

Emergency personnel work at the scene of a fatal crash along Interstate 695 on March 22, 2023, near Woodlawn. Multiple people were killed when a passenger vehicle pulled into a work zone along the Baltimore beltway and struck construction workers there, Maryland State Police said. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)
Nov 17, 2023

Moore’s work group recommends raising work zone speeding fines as part of larger driver culture shift

Gov. Wes Moore recommended that Maryland increase its work zone speed camera violations from $40.

Maryland Republican lawmakers Tuesday unveiled a series of anti-crime proposals they hope will attract support from Gov. Wes Moore. (The Daily Record/Jack Hogan)
Nov 14, 2023

Maryland GOP seeks Moore’s support for public safety proposals

Maryland Republicans appeared hopeful that Gov. Wes Moore will consider their proposals for removing illegal guns and repeat violent offenders from communities.

The J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building is seen June 9, 2023, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
Nov 10, 2023

Maryland officials celebrate landing FBI headquarters, blast director’s criticisms

Maryland state and federal officials blasted FBI Director Christopher Wray’s criticism of the site-selection process.

Nov 7, 2023

Democratic lawmakers decline to rule out tax hikes for next year’s budget

Maryland lawmakers didn’t rule out the possibility of raising taxes while balancing the state budget amid projections of a structural deficit.

Nov 1, 2023

Red Line options range from $1.9B to $7.2B, new estimates show

The Red Line transit project is expected to take between six and 12 years to complete and will likely cost between $1.9 billion and $7.2 billion, according to estimates.

Former Howard County executive Ken Ulman said in a statement that, if elected to lead the State Central Committee, he plans to elevate Democrats across the state at every level of the ballot, which next year will include races ranging from the local level to the presidency. (File photo)
Oct 30, 2023

Moore recommends former Howard County executive to lead state Democratic Party

Gov. Wes Moore recommended former Howard County Executive Ken Ulman to be the next chair of the Maryland Democratic State Central Committee.

Some top Democratic lawmakers are questioning the Gov. Wes Moore's approach to governing and are concerned about administration members’ lack of experience working in Maryland state government. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Oct 27, 2023

Moore promotes start of pilot year for Md. service year program

Gov. Wes Moore promoted the launch of what he has said is a first–in-the-nation state-government-sponsored service option for recent high school graduates.

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