Maryland's First Black Female GOP State Legislator Dr. Brenda Thiam Sworn InDr. Brenda Thiam is the newest member of the House of Delegates.
Maryland Legislature To Convene With Big Leadership ChangesFor the first time in 17 years, the Maryland General Assembly will be led by two presiding officers who aren’t white men over 55 named Mike.
Gov. Hogan Appoints 2 People To Fill Vacancies In House Of DelegatesGov. Larry Hogan has appointed two people to fill vacancies in the Maryland House of Delegates.
Delegate Adrienne Jones Running For Maryland SpeakerDel. Adrienne Jones confirmed Wednesday night she will be running to win a majority of support of the chamber's now 140 members to be the next speaker.
'Legacy To Last For Generations' | Md. Lawmakers Remember House Speaker Michael BuschMaryland lawmakers remembered Busch as a prominent leader, an educator and an advocate for the state.
Maryland House Speaker Developed Pneumonia After Follow-Up Procedure From 2017 Liver TransplantThe speaker said he started feeling rundown after a Democratic Caucus meeting last Tuesday. 
Del. Jay Jalisi Responds To Ethics Committee Report Alleging 'Abusive Workplace Behavior' Del. Jay Jalisi responded Tuesday to a Maryland legislative ethics panel that has recommended he be reprimanded for "ongoing pattern of bullying and abusive workplace behavior."
Harford County Dems Call For Lisanti's Resignation After SlurHarford County Democrats are calling on one of their own to resign from Maryland's House of Delegates after she admitted using a racial slur.
Md. House Of Delegates Seek Answers On Why Loh Leaving, Durkin, Evans To StayMaryland leaders are asking for clear answers on why Dr. Wallace Loh will be leaving the University of Maryland this June.
Maryland House Approves Legislation To Fight CrimeThe Maryland House of Delegates on Saturday passed measures aimed at fighting crime, along with bills on school safety and medical marijuana.
Bills On Immigration, Prescription Drugs, OK'd By Md. HouseA measure to prevent authorities from detaining immigrants to ask about their immigration status and a bill to stop price gouging for prescription drugs were approved Monday in Maryland's House of Delegates.