Governor Martin O’Malley
Gov. Martin O’Malley has appointed the chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission to be a judge on the state’s intermediate appellate court, and the governor has named a new director of public affairs for his administration.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has issued an executive order that’s intended to minimize potential flood damage in new and reconstructed state buildings.
Maryland lawmakers are looking at ways to limit the availability of assault weapons.
It’s been nearly eight months since Maryland’s last transportation secretary announced she was leaving, but Gov. Martin O’Malley has not yet named a replacement.
Speed cameras continue to remain under the microscope of legislators after several of the cameras were found with inaccuracies. Now there’s more controversy surrounding how the contractors are paid after Governor Martin O’Malley brings the payment method into question.
Gov. Martin O’Malley and first lady Catherine Curran O’Malley are holding an open house for members of the public.
For 26 out-of-state trips, the state of Maryland spent $98,460 on Gov. Martin O’Malley’s security detail from January until Sept. 18.
Trouble in the Middle East has prompted Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley to reschedule a trip to the region.
Former aides to current Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and former Republican Gov. Robert Ehrlich are joining forces to try to reduce the federal debt.
Maryland’s governor is asking Prince George’s County lawmakers to withdraw the name of a replacement for Delegate Tiffany Alston. The governor is asking lawmakers to wait until the attorney general rules on whether the seat is vacant.
The Supreme Court is now scheduled to review a controversial DNA law which allows police to take samples of suspected criminals before they’re convicted. The law is expected to be reviewed next year and political figures are already weighing in
Sandy has now been downgraded from a hurricane to a post tropical cyclone. The effects of Sandy are from over, though. People will be dealing with the damage for days to come.