Environmental groups supporting a statewide ban of a controversial process for extracting natural gas took their message to the front door of a state senator who has repeated blocked previous legislation. Members and supporters of Don’t Frack Maryland gathered at the ...Read More »
Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport’s concessions program made $114 million in sales in 2014, but lawmakers think it can do better. A bill filed in both chambers seeks to require the Maryland Aviation Administration to issue a request for ...Read More »
Six state lawmakers are campaigning this year to leave the State House in favor of a seat in the U.S. Capitol, and a seventh says he will file campaign documents within a week with hope to make the move to Congress as well.Read More »
The House of Delegates work group formed this year to study Maryland's business climate has been meeting with businessmen around the state since the General Assembly concluded, the work group's co-chairman said Wednesday.Read More »
State Sen. Rob Garagiola is making it official. The Montgomery County Democrat will begin his campaign for the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday at the BlackRock Center for Arts in Germantown. The announcement Friday said Garagiola, who is now ...
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State Sen. Rob Garagiola hasn’t made it official, but the Montgomery County Democrat looks like he’s closer and closer to running for Congress. The Senate Majority leader, along with a sizable chunk of Montgomery County’s Democratic voters, was drawn into ...
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That's right. Switcheroo. Sen. Paul G. Pinsky said Tuesday the supporters of combined reporting legislation have "a clearer argument for it this year than we ever have before." The bill -- SB 305 -- also has a growing cadre of cosponsors. There are 18 senators signed on to the bill and Pinsky said he has heard from "one or two" more who have said they will vote for it. The House version of the bill, to be introduced by another Prince George's County Democrat, Justin Ross, is still gathering cosponsors. "There's momentum and groundswell, more than there ever has been before," Pinsky said.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s Senate and House majority leaders are holding a news conference to talk about their proposed Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act to recognize same-sex couples. Senate Majority Leader Rob Garagiola, D-Montgomery, and House Majority Leader Kumar ...Read More »