O'Malley, who seemed surprised by a sixth-grade student's question, said school systems don't always do a good job when it comes to public transparency and said lawmakers might need to see if there is a legislative remedy.Read More »
Del. Patrick McDonough, R-Baltimore, said the law is the prime example of how "the General Assembly is so infected with the illegal alien advocates that the people of Maryland are just shut out and have no voice whatsoever."Read More »
One of two plaintiffs who brought suit last month against the Maryland State Board of Elections as well as Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and his running mate Howard County Executive Ken Ulman previously accused Brown's campaign of voter intimidationRead More »
The legalization and taxation of recreational marijuana in Colorado could be an indicator of how Maryland's treasury may or may not benefit should a similar law pass in the coming 2014 General Assembly session.Read More »
One candidate for governor and his running mate are curiously missing from the recent lawsuit filed in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Thursday that seeks an injunction against an opinion issued on campaign fundraising.
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