Former Sen. Nancy Jacobs said she recently underwent surgery to remove a portion of her thyroid and will undergo treatment at the University of Maryland Medical Center.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — State Sen. Nancy Jacobs says she will not seek re-election next year. The 61-year-old Republican senator who represents Cecil and Harford counties made the announcement Tuesday in a news release. She says the difficult decision was made after ...Read More »
CAMBRIDGE — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and Speaker of the House of Delegates Michael Busch say that while they support spending more on transportation infrastructure to create jobs, it will be difficult to get a majority vote for ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Legislation containing Maryland redistricting plans that are different from Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposal will get full hearings in a special session next week. Alexandra Hughes, a spokeswoman for House Speaker Michael Busch, said Friday that all proposals will ...Read More »
There were about 100 people on-hand for the first fundraiser to refuel the Business Leadership PAC, the political action committee affiliated with Maryland Business for Responsive Government and if the attendees were any indication, Republicans in Annapolis can expect to ...
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ANNAPOLIS — Serious crashes involving the youngest drivers have dropped significantly since Maryland tightened teen driving laws in 2009. According to preliminary state data obtained by The Capital last week, teen fatalities dropped 25 percent, from 48 deaths in 2009 ...Read More »
State Sen. Cathy Pugh, D-Baltimore City, is seeking to hold back $17.5 million in funding slated for Baltimore until the city government comes up with a plan to pay $12 million in court judgments stemming from lead paint poisoning cases. ...Read More »