Death penalty opponents are celebrating a victory. Wednesday in a 27-20 vote the Maryland Senate approved Governor Martin O’Malley’s bill to end capital punishment in the state.
The Maryland Senate is considering allowing natural gas companies to ask state regulators to impose a $2 surcharge on monthly bills to help recover costs for replacing aging infrastructure.
After crunching the numbers, Governor Martin O’Malley unveiled his proposal for the state’s 2014 budget.
Should Maryland’s capital punishment live or die? That promises to be one of the big battles among lawmakers this year in Annapolis.
Death penalty opponents believe the 2013 Maryland General Assembly session will spell the end of the death penalty in the state.
Despite a cleanup that’s taken decades, the Potomac has been declared the most endangered river in America.
Members of a commission studying hydraulic fracturing, a method of natural gas drilling, in western Maryland say they need more time to complete a best practices study.
The Maryland Senate has passed a measure designed to help foster public-private partnerships on big projects like roads and public buildings.
A measure to expand electronic harassment laws has cleared both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly.
More taxes. That’s what the state Senate approved Thursday as their budget now heads to the House of Delegates.
Maryland judges’ salaries will increase by roughly 3 percent annually, hiking their pay by more than $14,000 over three years.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael Busch are known for not always seeing eye-to-eye.