The agency that runs Maryland’s college savings plans will seek a forensic audit and plans to update its record-keeping procedures following a critical legislative audit released last week. The audit had a number of findings but was especially critical of ...Read More »
One of the legislature’s largest caucuses is raising questions about Treasurer Nancy Kopp and her last four years on the Board of Public Works. The 56-member Legislative Black Caucus met Friday afternoon in an emergency closed-door session to discuss Kopp, ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan Wednesday vetoed a bill that would remove a 50-year old process of school construction oversight, replacing it with one that gives the legislature more say and eliminates the Board of Public Works’ oversight role. Hogan ...Read More »
Two embattled state appointees have been reassigned in an attempt to restore their paychecks and resolve, at least in part, a standoff between Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic leaders in the legislature. Wendi Peters and Dennis Schrader, the acting ...
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ANNAPOLIS — The Board of Public Works approved a modified plan to reduce the current budget. The three-member panel unanimously approved nearly $63 million of $79.9 million in planned cuts, roughly $7 million less than proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan nearly ...Read More »
As some states are reconsidering their relationships with Wells Fargo after the revelation that it opened millions of unauthorized accounts for its customers, the issue of whether Maryland can do the same — and whether it will — has yet to be determined. Maryland ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A divided Board of Public Works voted Wednesday to defer for two months a vote to award a new contract for health services for state employees so the losing bidder, a 15-year incumbent, could mount an appeal. The ...Read More »