Peter Franchot Wants Bay Bridge Work Stopped TemporarilyMaryland's Comptroller Peter Franchot is among the motorists in the state that are frustrated by the delays caused by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge rehabilitation project. 
Maryland Men Exonerated Seeking $12M From The StateThey spent a total of 120 years in prison for crimes they did not commit. 
Maryland Has Almost $217M More Than Projected Last YearMaryland's state revenues are almost $217 million more than projected in the last fiscal year.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot Urges Disinvestment From Alabama Companies After Passing Of Abortion LawState leaders in Maryland are reacting to the anti-abortion bill passed in Alabama.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot Urges Divesting From Alabama Over AbortionComptroller Peter Franchot is urging the state's pension system to divest itself from Alabama-based companies due to the state's abortion ban.
Report: Government Shutdown Could Delay Tax RefundsHundreds of Internal Revenue Service workers dealing with financial hardship were given permission to miss work during the partial government shutdown, which could slow the federal government's ability to process taxpayer refunds, according to The Washington Post.
New Proposal Would Overhaul Craft Beer Restrictions In MarylandLocal brewers are raising their glasses to a proposal that would lift restrictions on craft beer sales in Maryland.
Franchot Seeking Fourth Term As Maryland's ComptrollerMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is seeking his fourth term as the state's chief tax collector.
Comptroller: $21.4M in Local Tax Payments MisdirectedMaryland's top tax collector says his office accidentally misdirected $21.4 million of local income tax payments for years.
Md. Comptroller Proposes Fantasy Sports Betting RegulationsMaryland Comptroller Peter Franchot is proposing regulations for daily fantasy sports betting in the state.
Gov. Hogan Blasts Baltimore Co. Leaders Over Lack Of A/C In SchoolsBaltimore County leaders are blasted over lack of air conditioning in schools. Now the governor and the state comptroller are even threatening to cut off funding--if that's what it takes to get the problem fixed.