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3 hrs ago | WBAL-AM Baltimore
Members of the Maryland General Assembly will start work a little earlier than usual on Monday, as lawmakers head into the home stretch of the 2014 session.
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11 hrs ago | The Afro American Newspaper
Tuition for Maryland's colleges would be held to three percent during the coming four years if Lt.
Sen. Brian E. Frosh on Saturday picked up an endorsement of his bid to become Maryland's attorney general from the state's largest teachers lobby.
The House gave the measure initial approval to get the bill on track to pass before a Monday deadline for legislation to clear a chamber in the Legislature.
I haven't visited Health Insurance Hell for a while, so I thought I'd stop and see how things are going.
The cash option for the multi-state lottery is $224.8 million, according the Maryland Lottery.
Maryland is one step closer to establishing new penalties for cellphone-wielding drivers who are found guilty of contributing to a crash that kills or seriously injures another person.
The Maryland House of Delegates has unanimously approved a measure that would toughen penalties for those caught drinking and driving with children in a car.
While things continue to escalate in Connecticut as the state has called for gun owners who have not registered their guns to surrender them, just a few states away, new laws in Maryland are doing something similar: Targeting citizens for gun confiscation.
Fire Weather Watch issued March 14 at 2:10AM EDT expiring March 14 at 6:00PM EDT in effect for: Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Carroll, Charles, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince Georges, Saint Marys, Washington, Baltimore City Fire Weather Watch issued March 13 at 10:50PM EDT expiring March 14 at 6:00PM EDT in effect for: ... (more)
TV 11 EDITORIAL. MARYLAND IS A STEP CLOSER TO JOINING 21 OTHER TATES -- STATES AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TO RAISE THE MINIMUM WAGE.
Pelosi made the comment before a National Congress of American Indians event Thursday, stating that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office should not allow the NFL to keep the Redskins trademark.
The Maryland House of Delegates is scheduled to vote on a measure that would toughen penalties for those caught drinking and driving with children in a car.
The Maryland Senate on Thursday passed an approximately $39 billion budget that would raise state spending by about 3 percent, boost the pay of government employees and reduce the amount of money paid into the state pension system.
By Megan Brockett, CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE Dozens of uniformed law enforcement officials from around Maryland showed up at the state capital on Thursday to push back against advancing efforts by some legislators to loosen the state's marijuana laws.
Our view: It's time for Maryland leaders to stop fighting people's right to a lawyer at bail hearings and work instead toward finding a way to provide it "After seven years of litigation, what's a few more months?" judges on the Maryland Court of Appeals apparently thought to themselves when issuing an order this week to yet again delay a ... (more)