Republican Kimberly Klacik Says 'Innovative Ideas' Set Her Apart In 7th Congressional District RaceBorn in Accokeek, Maryland, Kimberly Klacik admits she is fighting an uphill battle to defeat a well known and well financed Democrat, Kweisi Mfume, in the race for the state's 7th Congressional District.
Maryland State Senator Will Smith Calls For Sweeping Police ReformA top-ranking State lawmaker in Maryland is proposing sweeping police reform in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Bills Strengthening Hate Crime Statute, Increasing Penalty For Strangulation To Become Law Without Hogan's SignatureBills that will strengthen Maryland's hate crime statute and make strangulation a felony will become law without Gov. Larry Hogan's signature.
Maryland House Of Delegates Votes To Expand Marijuana Decriminalization LawThe Maryland House of Delegates passed a bill Wednesday that expands the state's marijuana decriminalization policy. 
Bill To End Hairstyle Discrimination Expected To Pass In MarylandA bill to prohibit race-related discrimination based on the texture and style of a person's hair is being voted on in Maryland, and supporters expect it to pass. 
'Students Want To Vote': Bill Would Require Large Md. Universities To Add Polling Places On CampusThe Student Voter Empowerment Act would require colleges and universities with more than 4,200 undergraduates to put polling places on campus.
Maryland Lawmakers Push For Wage Replacement Plan For New Moms, CaregiversSome Maryland lawmakers are seeking relief for families in need of paid medical leave.
Students Rally In Support Of Kirwan Commission Education Funding PlanDozens of Maryland students rallied in Annapolis Monday, calling on lawmakers to provide additional funding for education recommended by a state commission.
What You Need To Know As 7th Congressional District Special Election Draws NearThe primary election to replace the late Congressman Elijah Cummings is just two weeks away. 
Bill Would Make Possession Of Ransomware A Crime In MarylandState lawmakers heard arguments Tuesday on a bill that seeks to add criminal penalties for knowingly possessing ransomware with the intent to use it in a malicious way.
Proposed Rule Could Limit The Number Of Bills Senators Can FileSenate bills may become a hot commodity in Maryland if a rule proposed this week is enacted.