ANNAPOLIS — The first of two state Senate committees controlling the fate of the Handgun Permit Review Board voted in favor of abolishing it on Monday.

In a vote of 10-5, with four members abstaining, the Executive Nominations Committee recommended Maryland dissolve its...

March 19, 2019

Annapolis, Md (KM) Legislation to prohibit people under age 18 from using tanning beds at businesses that offer these services using ultralight technology was approved on Thursday by the House of Delegates. The was 99-38.

“They have been trying to pass legislation on th...

ANNAPOLIS — Legislation to raise Maryland’s minimum wage to $15 an hour has passed both chambers of the General Assembly and will go to conference committee.

Details still need to be ironed out between the state House and Senate versions of the bills, but overall the ma...

Want some money? Think your tax refund will not be so great this tax season? Then support Maryland Senate Bill 906. It will allow taxpayers to do a federal return and claim the standard deduction and still itemize their Maryland tax return and get the individual exempt...

It was my first time covering a race for governor and I retain this clear visual image of sitting in a small, two-door car — could it have been a Ford Mustang? — outside a community hall in Ellicott City in early 1978, sharing a smoke with the candidate.

Harry Hughes wa...

The Maryland General Assembly is advancing a bill that would permit medical professionals to help terminally ill patients end their own lives. Medical aid in dying, as the End-of-Life Option Act would allow, is an idea whose time has definitely come.

Anyone who has ever...

ANNAPOLIS — Frederick County state lawmakers have begun to let go of bills they once hoped would pass, as the days left in the 2019 legislative session count down.

There are 33 days left in the 90-day legislative session, which makes any unfavorable vote in a House or S...

ANNAPOLIS — The pot of state money available to fund local projects won’t be large enough to meet all of Frederick County’s requests this year, the county delegation acknowledged on Monday.

The six delegates representing Frederick County gather early in the week to rank...

The back and forth between Frederick and Carroll counties over how the Monocacy River should be managed took a turn when a legal opinion for Frederick County determined that each county could have its own plan.

That would differentiate it from current standing, which sa...

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