'Flying Too Much In The Dark' | Maryland Legislators Frustrated With Lack Of Essential COVID-19 Supplies As Maryland Readies For Surge Of CasesMaryland legislators say as the state is expecting a large surge of coronavirus cases this week, they are "extremely frustrated" by the lack of essential supplies needed to protect frontline healthcare workers and treat patients.
'Everything Is Wiped Out Now Till May' | Harford Sound, Small Businesses Struggle Amid Coronavirus ShutdownKirkendall is trying to remain as positive as possible, urging his clients and colleagues to not give up hope, help out another business as much as you can to pay it forward, and please wash your hands!
'America Is Better Than What I Saw:' Sen. Cardin Recaps 'Fact-Finding' Trip To U.S.-Mexico BorderMaryland Sen. Ben Cardin Monday recounted his recent "fact-finding" mission to the U.S.-Mexico border during an event in Highlandtown.
'Sami's Law' Pushes For Tighter Rideshare Safety Measures After College Student's DeathMaryland Sen. Ben Cardin is among several senators who have introduced new legislation to tighten up safety measures on rideshare services.
'It Is Fragile' | Md. Lawmakers Introduce Legislation To Reauthorize Chesapeake Bay Gateway ProgramA longtime advocate of the bay, Sen. Ben Cardin joined other state leaders for Earth Day in Annapolis- introducing legislation to reauthorize the Chesapeake Bay Gateway Program, while spotlighting clean water and healthy wildlife.
Maryland Lawmakers Respond To Mueller Report Release With the Mueller special counsel report finally out, some Maryland lawmakers have put in their two cents about the release of the Mueller report, and what the government's next steps should be.
Maryland Democrats Call For Full Mueller Report Release, React To AG Barr's SummaryMaryland's political leaders are waiting to see if the full Mueller report will drop, and they have been vocal on both sides of the party line during the lengthy Mueller investigation.
Maryland Lawmakers Announce More Than $1M In Affordable Housing Grants For Baltimore RegionMaryland lawmakers announced Wednesday more than $1 million has been given in affordable housing grants for Baltimore City and the region.
FAFSA Bill Introduced To Improve Student Access To Federal AidThe new bill would make applying for federal financial aid easier for students. Instead of needing their parent's financial records, students can now fill out the FAFSA form on their own.
BWI Checkpoint Remains Closed Amid Shutdown Due To TSA 'Excessive Callouts'TSA at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport closed A Pier checkpoint early Saturday due to excessive callouts. Fast-forward to Sunday afternoon- and the checkpoint is still closed.
Maryland Officials Respond To President Trump's Border Security RemarksSenator Ben Cardin responded Saturday to President Trump's latest remarks on border security.
Maryland Small Businesses Struggle Amid Government ShutdownFor them, it's not just lost sales, some are losing staff. Others say they can't get the permits they need to keep operating. They say all of these issues are a ripple effect of this nearly month-long shutdown.
Bill Guaranteeing Back Pay For Federal Workers Signed Into LawA new bill will now provide back pay for furloughed federal workers, after President Trump signed it into law Wednesday afternoon.
Sen. Cardin Praises New Agreement For Cuban Baseball PlayersSen. Cardin released a statement praising a new agreement allowing Cuban baseball players a "safe and legal path to play professionally in the United States."
UMD Leaders Answer To Capitol Hill On Future Of Institution After McNair's DeathTop leaders for the University of Maryland went to Capitol Hill on Wednesday to answer questions about the future of the institution after a student-athlete, Jordan McNair, died from heat stroke.