Maryland businesses squared off against local governments and plaintiffs’ attorneys Wednesday over legislation that would permit whistleblower lawsuits against companies that intentionally overbill the state, the city of Baltimore or a county government.Read More »
Maryland citizens will have to wait at least another year to get remote access to one of the most important but least accessible parts of the legislative process: committee voting sessions in which bills are amended, killed or sent to the floor.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A bill that would extend early voting to the Sunday before Election Day and double the number of early voting centers was taken up Thursday by the House Ways and Means committee. Long lines that caused Maryland voters ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s energy advisor said Tuesday that a field of offshore wind turbines may not start spinning in 2017, as planned, but rebutted a recent report that said the project won’t ever be built.Read More »
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ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s House Republican leaders say they are troubled by the boating accident involving Delegate Don Dwyer, who has admitted he had been drinking before a collision that hospitalized six people, including the delegate. Delegate Anthony O’Donnell, the House ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A measure that Maryland lawmakers hoped would address liability concerns relating to a court ruling on dog bites by pit bulls died Wednesday morning in the General Assembly’s special session on gambling. The House of Delegates and Senate ...Read More »