Governor O'Malley Says He's Focused On Job Creation, Helping Middle ClassGovernor Martin O'Malley led a forum on how his policies are affecting middle class Marylanders.
O'Malley Establishes Transportation Task ForceGov. Martin O'Malley has named 11 people to serve on a task force that will look for new and different ways to fund local and regional transportation projects.
O'Malley Campaigning In N.J. For U.S. Senate Candidate BookerMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says Cory Booker's experience as mayor of Newark would be a big advantage in Washington.
Gov. O'Malley Announces Plan To Deal With Climate ChangeAn ambitious plan to deal with climate change. This week, Governor Martin O'Malley made major strides with the scientific community, which says our state is in the target zone for the effects of extreme weather.
Gov. O'Malley To Note Maryland's Aerospace IndustryGov. Martin O'Malley will be emphasizing Maryland's aerospace industry as a big part of the state's innovation economy.
O'Malley Names Members Of School Safety Board Gov. Martin O'Malley has appointed members of a new board to focus on school safety issues.
Janet Napolitano Resigns As Homeland Security Sec.; Could Gov. O'Malley Replace Her?Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano resigns to oversee the University of California system. While President Barack Obama praises her service---she has been Homeland Security Secretary since 2009---questions are already raised about who will take her place.
O'Malley Reviewing Candidates To Fill Judge SeatGov. Martin O'Malley is now weighing candidates to replace Chief Judge Robert M. Bell, who retires from Maryland's highest court in July.
New Steps To Combat Prison Gangs, Root Out Corruption Put Forward Sex, drugs, phones and cash. A major problem inside a Baltimore City jail leads to federal indictments against correctional officers. Now lawmakers meet to grill prison leaders about how to fix the issue.
Governor O'Malley Introduces Expansion Of Interstate 695Baltimoreans spend hours stuck in bumper-to-bumper traffic. But gridlock could be coming to an end for a mile stretch of 695's outer loop.
Maryland To Become 19th State Approving Medical Marijuana ProgramMaryland will become the 19th state to approve a medical marijuana program, but it's unclear when one will be up and running.
O'Malley Announces Maryland/Israel PartnershipGov. Martin O'Malley's office is announcing a new Maryland/Israel Development Partnership.
O'Malley: Denmark Conference Focused On JobsGov. Martin O'Malley says creating jobs through innovative technology was a main focus at a conference in Denmark on progressive governing.
General Assembly Ends Session Of Heavy LiftingThe Maryland General Assembly adjourned late Monday following a session of heavy lifting after most of the major bills already had been passed last week or even earlier, but a high-profile measure to address dog bite liability failed in the waning hours.
Md.'s Historically Black Colleges Included In Supplemental BudgetGov. Martin O'Malley is asking for an additional $4.1 million in his supplemental budget to go directly to the state's four historically black colleges and universities or their students.