Attorney General Primary Race Shapes Up Into Close ContestMaryland's Democratic primary for attorney general has turned into what could be the closest statewide race next week.
Attorney General Race Intensifies Between Democrat Candidates Frosh & CardinWe're a week to the day away from the state primary and candidates Jon Cardin and Brian Frosh are in a heated contest to become the democratic candidate for attorney general.
Race For Md. Attorney General Heats UpThe race to replace Attorney General Doug Gansler gets heated. Gansler is running for governor and that leaves the office of attorney general wide open.
Bill Would Create Pilot Program On ConcussionsDel. Jon Cardin is sponsoring a measure to start a pilot program aimed at detecting when student athletes may have suffered a concussion.
Anonymous Survey May Shed Light On Campus Sexual AssaultsAn anonymous survey on all Maryland colleges may give police a better idea of how many students are being sexually assaulted on campus. It's what one state lawmaker wants in his proposed bill.
Del. Jon Cardin Officially Files For Attorney GeneralDelegate Jon Cardin makes it official. The Baltimore County Democrat has announced his candidacy for Attorney General.
Bill Would Ban Non-Biodegradable Cigarette ButtsDel. Jon Cardin says he will introduce a measure to ban the sale of non-biodegradable cigarette butts in Maryland.
Outlawing Revenge Porn: Bill To Make Release Of Explicit Pictures, Video A Felony People who post explicit pictures of their ex-lovers on the Internet could soon face consequences. It's called "revenge porn" and a bill coming up in the General Assembly next year makes it a felony.
Jon Cardin Announces Bid For Md. Attorney General Jon Cardin is launching a campaign for Maryland attorney general.
Del. Jon Cardin To Announce Plans For Attorney General RaceDel. Jon Cardin is scheduled to announce his plans about running for Maryland attorney general next week.
Grieving Mother Urges Lawmakers To Pass Anti-Cyberbullying LawYou may want to keep a close eye on what your kids post on the Internet. There's a new push in Annapolis to criminalize so-called cyberbullying.
Del. Jon Cardin Pushing For $1,000 Vendor Fine For Each Inaccurate Speeding TicketA state lawmaker proposes punishing speed camera companies for the giving out of bogus tickets after reports of camera glitches at a handful of Baltimore City cameras. One of the questionable cameras is along Cold Spring Lane.