Groups are planning a rally against the Citizens United Supreme Court case in a call for campaign finance reforms.
Gov. Martin O’Malley says he’s confident the state Senate is within two votes of supporting a repeal of capital punishment in Maryland.
Fisheries regulators vote Friday on whether to cut the size of the legal catch of the environmentally important menhaden, an oily fish prized for use in dietary supplements, cosmetics and animal feed.
Taxicabs in the nation’s capital will soon sport a uniform color scheme, and residents will get to choose what colors they like best.
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A Maryland panel working on implementing federal health care reform has chosen the state employee health plan as a benchmark for other plans sold in the small group and individual markets for two years, starting in 2014.
The Frederick County Teachers Association is asking its members to vote on a proposed contract that the union opposes.
The Maryland State Retirement Pension System says it will be voting against the entire board of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
The special session ends with tax hikes for thousands of Marylanders after the General Assembly approves a budget package that avoids painful cuts to education and public safety.
The General Assembly is working its way to a new budget that will avoid deep spending cuts. The Senate approved an income tax hike Tuesday afternoon and the House is set to do the same.