Backers of wind energy are turning to global warming to heat up support for a bill currently before the state legislature.
On top of the near-record rise in gasoline prices, the House and Senate in Maryland are considering an additional tax of a dime per gallon. Those against the move let their feelings be known.
The Constitution says they can do it, but there’s a new battle to stop a Kansas church from protesting military funerals.
Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley will testify in support of legislation that would reduce Maryland’s estate tax for family farms.