The Southern Maryland senator left after being told by members of Hogan's staff that he was not welcome — a report that Hogan's spokesman says is true to a degree.Read More »
In the wake of a state audit criticizing the Maryland Health Benefits Exchange’s procurement and security practices, the head of a legislative panel tasked with overseeing the agency says he’s pleased with the progress the exchange has made to correct ...Read More »
State transportation officials have been called to Annapolis to brief the Senate’s two fiscal committees on a plan to roll back tolls and fees for Maryland motorists. The Senate Finance and Budget and Taxation committees sent a letter Tuesday requesting ...Read More »
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown continued to rack up endorsements from the Democratic establishment after U.S. House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer and state Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. publicly touted Brown during a campaign event in Waldorf on Monday.Read More »
Some 180,000 people could buy health insurance through a state-run exchange in 2014 and that figure could double the following year, Maryland health officials told a Senate committee Thursday. Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration is backing legislation to firm up more ...
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Four dozen business owners and executives signed on to a petition Tuesday urging the passage of legislation in Annapolis that would bump the state’s minimum wage to $9.75 an hour in 2013. The statement read, in part: “With less buying ...Read More »
For those of you who thought the unemployment insurance issue was behind you, think again. Sen. Thomas M. “Mac” Middleton, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee and lawmaker who hammered together the UI compromise last year, said he’s preparing ...Read More »