House Of Delegates
Gov. Martin O’Malley strongly criticized House of Delegates leaders for balking at a work group consensus on the issue while the House speaker said his chamber’s representatives had strong feelings about lowering the state’s tax on casino proceeds.
Republicans in the House of Delegates are opposing a special session to take up proposed gambling expansion in Maryland.
A state senator said he has filed an ethics complaint against a delegate who asked him to support a provision in a bill that would have made it easier for that delegate to repay about $75,000 in penalties he owes to a state real estate fund.
Budget mess in Maryland. Millions of dollars for education and public safety on the chopping block. WJZ catches up with Gov. Martin O’Malley who says he’s not ready to call a special session just yet.
As more and more children are having their credit ratings damaged by identity theft before they think of borrowing a dime, Maryland lawmakers have approved a first-of-its-kind measure to enable parents to take steps to protect their kids.
Marylanders can likely expect a hike in their annual sewer bills.
Table games like blackjack and roulette would be allowed in a new Prince George’s County gambling venue and at five casinos currently allowed in Maryland.
The Maryland House and Senate remain at odds over an income tax hike and a conference committee assigned to iron out the differences is, so far, stuck.
A new tally has narrowed Wendy Rosen’s lead over John LaFerla in the Democratic primary in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District.
With tempers flaring, the Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday approved authorizing $1.1 billion in borrowing for the state’s capital budget.
A bill regulating where new residential septic systems can be installed is moving to the full House of Delegates.
State Sen. Jamie Raskin’s attempt to put public officials’ financial disclosure forms online may face a roadblock.