A debate over growth planning in Frederick County has turned nasty on a radio talk show hosted by the county’s top elected official.
Marylanders expect to vote on the question of tuition breaks for undocumented students in next year’s general election ballot. But a challenge to the petitions that put the law on referendum could change that.
Who can you vote for in 2012? You may have to look it up. Maryland’s new Congressional District map gets approval in the House of Delegates Wednesday after the Senate passed it Tuesday.
Maryland lawmakers take sides in the debate on raising the U.S. debt ceiling with the focus on revenue and spending cuts.
When an award-winning journalist recently revealed he’s an illegal immigrant, two of the key players in his tale turned out to be educators who helped keep his secret. It’s the kind of story teachers and principals scattered across the country know well.
Abolitionist Frederick Douglass is finally getting a homecoming celebration in his native Maryland county with a statue honoring him, after years of work by local residents to recognize him in a prominent place — on the same courthouse grounds where he gave a speech in 1878 and where a monument to local men who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War now stands.
Marylanders can decide online if they want to put in-state tuition for undocumented students up for a vote next year.
A bill allowing children of illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition rates at Maryland colleges is scheduled to be taken up by the state Senate in the middle of the week.
History could be made in Maryland as early as Thursday. A same-sex marriage bill is one step closer to passage after a close vote in the Senate.
The Maryland Senate plans to begin debating a gay marriage bill and could vote on it next week.
As state lawmakers gear up for a contentious debate this week over a same-sex marriage bill, people for and against it are stepping up their efforts to sway lawmakers.
Lawmakers in Rhode Island and Maryland are taking up bills to legalize gay marriage, advocates in New York are making a renewed push, and opponents are fighting for constitutional bans in Indiana and Wyoming and to re-impose bans in Iowa and Hampshire.