A few government and politics headlines for Friday.
A few government and politics headlines for Tuesday.
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown said Monday he was not sure Baltimore’s Red Line would be built as part of a public-private partnership, but said Maryland would ideally enter into “three or five” such deals each year.
A few government and politics headlines for Thursday.
SILVER SPRING — Project leaders for the Maryland Transit Administration’s purple line say they’re optimistic that the 16-mile light rail line will be open by 2020. The purple line would connect Bethesda in Montgomery County with New Carrollton in Prince George’s County. It would link Metro subway lines that serve Washington and its Maryland suburbs. […]
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown announced his candidacy for governor Friday afternoon, becoming the first in a crowded field of potential Democratic candidates to officially begin campaigning for 2014.
ANNAPOLIS — No Maryland lieutenant governor has ever been elected governor of the state, but Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who will formally announce his gubernatorial bid Friday, is hoping to make history by becoming the first. Brown, a Democrat, said he is running to build on the current administration’s successes in reducing crime, improving education […]
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and former Pennsylvania Gov. Edward Rendell, both Democrats, are scheduled to deliver remarks during a forum hosted by the Urban Land Institute Baltimore. Thursday’s event will focus on Maryland’s new public-private partnerships legislation signed into law by Gov. Martin O’Malley last month. The law creates a streamlined process for the private […]
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, who has run point for the O'Malley administration for two years on legislation that creates special procurement rules for public-private partnerships, said the bill's success this year should prevent future lawsuits.
Maryland’s top three elected officials are calling the General Assembly session that ended at midnight the most productive they’ve ever been a part of.
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley will be signing measures with an eye toward creating jobs. The governor is holding his first bill signing Tuesday morning, hours after the General Assembly adjourned at midnight. O’Malley, a Democrat, is scheduled to sign a bill to facilitate public-private partnerships. It will create a streamlined process for the private […]
With most big ticket items passed days and weeks ago, the General Assembly session strolled to a close Monday night with a controversial "lockbox" bill and persistently pesky dog-bite bill dominating rhetoric in the State House in the final hours.