Maryland lawmakers voted Saturday to override Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes of three far-reaching police reform measures that supporters say are needed to increase accountability and restore public trust.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Friday that he has vetoed three police reform measures approved by the Democrat-controlled General Assembly, all measures passed with enough votes to override the vetoes.
Should the vaccine be a choice or obligation? As the country reopens, there is a growing debate over whether governments and businesses can mandate the COVID-19 vaccine. Lawmakers in at least 27 states have proposed banning employers from requiring workers to get the shot.
A Calvert County legislator slammed Montgomery County for not having enough Republican representation on the county council and even proposed an amendment to try and change that. This is a battle that took some state legislators by surprise.
As Maryland state lawmakers work to improve the unemployment benefits program, they're also looking at a very simple step that some say could be a big help for people in need of health insurance.
Several lawmakers in the Maryland State House have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to Senate President Bill Ferguson.
A bill that would end life sentences in prison for juveniles is making its way through the Maryland House and Senate.
The state of Maryland will now require background checks for the private sale of shotguns and rifles after lawmakers voted to override a veto on the measure by Governor Larry Hogan.
Maryland lawmakers are urging leaders of the United States Postal Service (USPS) to fix mail delivery problems they say continue to plague the USPS well after the holiday rush has ended.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan urged patience on residents as they await their turn to be vaccinated against COVID-19, declaring Wednesday evening in his State of the State address that the process will take much longer and be more difficult than anyone would like.
Maryland Senate President Emeritus Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. passed away peacefully at his home Friday afternoon while surrounded by loved ones, according to a family statement. He was 78 years old.
Governor Larry Hogan proposed legislation on Monday that would result in direct payments to Marylanders who earn a low to moderate income as part of its continued efforts to alleviate the economic crisis prompted by the novel coronavirus.
Some Maryland lawmakers are calling for millions in refunds for taxpayers after the state miscalculated a tax credit for homeowners.
Maryland has set a new high for voter turnout on the first day of in-person early voting.
Maryland voters can expect to see several contests and measures on their ballot when they vote in the 2020 election. Here's everything you need to know.
Are all voters in the northern part Montgomery County getting the same representation as the rest of the county? A group of residents says no, and they pushing a major revamp of how the county council is structured. At issue are a pair competing ballot questions on this issue.
In just a matter of days, Maryland voters will be able to decide whether or not sports betting should be legal in the state.
The late U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings felt “pure pain” from President Donald Trump’s tweets about Baltimore, and the Maryland Democrat wrote “I could feel the attack to my core,” in a memoir that is being published posthumously.
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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's chief of staff has resigned after criticism for accepting a six-figure severance package when he left his job at an independent state agency to work in the governor's office.