Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., Maryland's longest serving Senate president, died Friday afternoon after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 78.
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January 15, 2021 Comments Off on Miller, Maryland’s ‘lion of the Senate,’ dies at 78
December 23, 2020 Comments Off on Miller resigns from Maryland Senate, ending an historic era
June 11, 2019 Comments Off on Maryland Senate president says his health is ‘largely good’
March 18, 2019 Comments Off on Maryland officials call for answers in medical system deals
Gov. Larry Hogan and leading lawmakers are demanding answers from the University of Maryland Medical System, after a newspaper reported this week that several members of the system's board have significant financial dealings with the hospital network.Read More »
November 21, 2018 Comments Off on Maryland Senate President Miller names new chief of staff
September 12, 2018 Comments Off on Embattled Democratic senator’s re-election strategy: tout support of Hogan
A new campaign mailing on behalf of a Democratic state senator in a key district stresses her support for Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. That large glossy mailer that landed in the 8th Legislative District of Baltimore County touts Sen. Kathy Klausmeier as ...Read More »
July 20, 2018 Comments Off on Miller announces new leadership team for Senate Democrats
June 13, 2017 Comments Off on Schmoke takes on realignment of Baltimore City Community College
Under legislation passed earlier this year, the new board will focus on making the community college more relevant to businesses and attractive to city students.Read More »
June 12, 2017 Comments Off on Miller, Busch name members to commission monitoring federal finance laws
Less than a week after the U.S. House of Representatives voted to dismantle much of the Dodd-Frank banking regulations Act, the leaders of Maryland’s General Assembly named the majority of members to a state panel created to monitor changes to federal financial ...Read More »
June 2, 2017 Comments Off on O’Malley intended Md. redistricting map to favor Democrats
ANNAPOLIS — Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley testified that part of his intent was to shift a congressional district long held by a Republican to a Democrat when the state redrew its eight districts in 2011. O’Malley, a Democrat whose ...Read More »
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