The General Assembly may be less than two weeks away from returning to Annapolis.
Taxes and gaming. Governor Martin O’Malley appears to be lining up not one but two special sessions in coming weeks. One for taxes, and the other for expanded gambling.
The ice may be cracking in the House/Senate stalemate that ended the 2012 legislative session. Governor Martin O’Malley met with the leaders of both chambers Tuesday morning.
Millions of dollars in budget cuts are looming. Now students are pleading for Governor Martin O’Malley to call a special session to deal with the crisis.
Under the ax. Millions of dollars in state budget cuts take effect July 1 unless the General Assembly agrees on a plan to raise taxes.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says he plans to meet with the General Assembly’s presiding officers to discuss a special session on the budget.
Maryland senators want to move the date of elections in Baltimore City to coincide with presidential contests.
“Respect, rights, revenue.” It’s the theme of a large rally by public employees at the State House in Annapolis. They are sending a tough message to lawmakers.
Maryland senators are exploring broader cuts to the state budget due to resistance to some of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s tax proposals, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said Tuesday.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says an ethics committee has reached a conclusion on what it will recommend to the Senate to address a senator’s failure to disclose work he did for a grocery store chain.
Maryland Sen. President Thomas V. Mike Miller says he expects an ethics panel to make recommendations regarding a former senator’s failure to disclose work he did for a grocery store chain no later than next week.
Gov. Martin O’Malley has decided to shift some teacher pension costs to Maryland counties, the president of the Maryland Senate said Tuesday, describing it as coupling the state’s second-highest-single-year funding level in school construction with a long-debated change in how the state pays teacher pension costs.