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  • Critics question delay in calling out the Guard

    Critics question delay in calling out the Guard
    As the Maryland National Guard patrolled Baltimore streets for the first time in more than 45 years, some critics questioned why it took so long to deploy them.
  • No tax break likely for neighbors of White Marsh landfill

    No tax break likely for neighbors of White Marsh landfill
    Homeowners in a White Marsh neighborhood in Baltimore County scored a victory in the General Assembly when lawmakers passed a bill allowing them a tax break because they live so close to the Eastern Sanitary Landfill. But County Executive Kevin Kamenetz...

    The Maryland GOP on Pot: Free State Republicans have been warming to marijuana reform, but support for legalization so far remains a pipe dream

    The Maryland GOP on Pot: Free State Republicans have been warming to marijuana reform, but support for legalization so far remains a pipe dream
    While 2014 was a watershed year in the annals of liberalizing Maryland’s pot laws, ringing in decriminalization and revamped medical-marijuana laws, 2003 was a big one, too. That’s when then-governor Robert Ehrlich, a Republican, signed into...

    Hogan says he'll look again at spending

    Hogan says he'll look again at spending
    Gov. Larry Hogan appeared to soften his stance Tuesday on spending $200 million the General Assembly set aside for education, employee pay and health care, saying his team would review the budget and "see how much money we have to spend on what." The...

    Assembly's final week: Partisan rift on budget looms

    Assembly's final week: Partisan rift on budget looms
    The General Assembly session that began with a call for bipartisanship is poised to end with a partisan showdown on the budget. Republican Gov. Larry Hogan wants lawmakers to approve the tax relief he says he was elected to deliver, but the Democratic-...