Mark Judge spent decades mining his recollections and writing books and articles full of semi-confessional details about the suburban Maryland prep school he attended with future Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Now, though, Judge's memory has drawn a blank.
Democrats vying to challenge Gov. Larry Hogan in November gathered in Baltimore on Monday looking to make their case and differentiate themselves from a large field or introduce themselves to voters for the first time.
A Maryland Democratic candidate for governor is calling on his opponents to make their income tax returns public after he released six years of his state and federal returns.
Billing himself as the only Democrat who can defeat first-term Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr. officially announced his candidacy. With the announcement, made at the Universities at Shady Grove Monday, Madaleno became the sixth Democrat to join the Democratic primary fray. “People know me as a policy expert, sometimes even referring […]
If either of the Republican proposals to overhaul the nation’s health insurance rules become enacted, it would lead to an early use of Maryland’s new law providing funding for Planned Parenthood in the federal government’s place. Both the health insurance plan released by Senate Republicans last week and the bill passed by House Republicans last month would defund […]
One of the Maryland Senate's fiscal leaders and a vocal liberal critic of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is planning his own campaign for the top elected spot in the state.
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland state Sen. Richard Madaleno says he’s considering running for governor. The Montgomery County Democrat said Wednesday he is giving some thought to running for the Democratic nomination next year to take on Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. He says he believes Maryland needs “an optimistic vision for rebuilding” the state. Madaleno has been […]
A state senator has joined with the ACLU of Maryland and the state’s largest teachers union in calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to withhold $5 million set aside for private school vouchers in the wake of his decision not to spend $25 million in public school-related expenses. Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr., D-Montgomery and vice […]
School policies generally forbid bringing guns to Maryland’s public colleges and universities, but lawmakers in Annapolis are considering a bill to make that practice the law – and attach a criminal penalty. “It’s much more difficult to change a statute than simply change a policy,” Del. Ben Barnes, D-Anne Arundel and Prince George’s, one of […]
The University System of Maryland is lending its support to a plan to ban guns and other deadly weapons on the state’s public higher education campuses – so long as some exceptions are protected. Lawmakers are expected to hear the first round of testimony on the proposal – part of a package of gun bills […]
ANNAPOLIS — Seven appointees of Gov. Larry Hogan will not be part of a confirmation vote later this week, and some senators say at least some could face lengthy delays. The Senate Executive Nominations Committee voted Monday night to delay the confirmations of seven of the nearly six dozen appointees of Gov. Larry Hogan who […]
ANNAPOLIS – A package of bills aimed at preventing gun violence includes a measure that would ban firearms from the campuses of the state’s public colleges and universities. The proposal, sponsored by Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr., D-Montgomery, includes exceptions for both on-duty and off-duty law enforcement officers and school security guards. “None of us […]