Maryland’s Longtime Senate President Mike Miller To Step DownMaryland’s longtime Senate president Mike Miller is stepping down from his role as he deals with his cancer diagnosis.
Md. Senate President Mike Miller's Health Following Cancer Diagnosis 'Largely Good'Maryland Senate President Mike Miller said "the news is largely good" regarding his battle with cancer.
Md. General Assembly Not Voting On Legalizing Sports Betting In 2019The Maryland General Assembly will not vote on legalizing sports betting this year.
Mosby's Marijuana Policy Meets Pushback From State OfficialsCity State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said that her office would stop prosecuting for the possession of marijuana.
Senate President Mike Miller Gives Update On Cancer BattleMiller is currently getting treatments every three weeks at Johns Hopkins Hospital. 
Md. Senate President Criticized Following Letter About Controversial Statue RemovalLocal religious and business leaders are criticizing Maryland Senate President Mike Miller after he wrote a letter that suggested Gov. Larry Hogan acted too fast in removing the Roger B. Taney statue.
Lawmakers, Governor Reflect On Session & Which Bills Made The CutA new budget deal for Maryland provokes some controversy. Powerful political leaders engage in a battle of wills over cuts made by the governor. And the battle does not appear to be over.
Maryland Senate President's Stormwater Bill Moves ForwardA bill to end mandatory stormwater management fees is moving through the Maryland Senate.
Md. Senate President Apologizes For Hitler CommentMaryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller apologized Friday to anyone he may have offended for referring to Adolf Hitler while disputing comments by the state's governor about the number of tax increases passed in recent years.
Md. Senate President Introduces Stormwater Fee ChangesThe state of Maryland wouldn't impose mandatory fees to clean pollution out of stormwater under a new bill offered Wednesday in the Maryland Senate, but local officials would still have to prove they could pay to meet federal requirements.
Md. General Assembly Sworn In; Face $750M ChallengeThe Maryland General Assembly is being sworn in on Wednesday afternoon, with dozens of new faces and a $750 million challenge.