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  • April Fools' fun in Annapolis: Kipke and Busch switch places

    April Fools' fun in Annapolis: Kipke and Busch switch places
    On Wednesday Maryland's House of Delegates were greeted with an unusual sight: Speaker of the House Michael Busch wasn't running the show. House Minority Leader Nic Kipke, R-Pasadena, wielded the speaker's gavel briefly as he led the delegates in the...
  • Hogan tax break becomes widespread business audit

    Hogan tax break becomes widespread business audit
    Gov. Larry Hogan's plan to give a modest tax break to some small businesses has been turned into a bill that could force tens of thousands of Maryland companies to undergo tax audits. The transformation — achieved through a unanimous vote of the...
  • Hogan signs first bill -- one honoring Vietnam veterans

    Hogan signs first bill -- one honoring Vietnam veterans
    Gov. Larry Hogan signed the first bill of his administration Monday--a measure welcoming home Maryland's Vietnam veterans and establishing March 30 as an annual commemorative day to honor them. Flanked by Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House...
  • In hope of helping others, delegate reveals abuse as child

    In hope of helping others, delegate reveals abuse as child
    Del. C.T. Wilson stepped to the podium of a state Senate committee during a routine hearing, about to confess a secret. He took a deep breath. "I don't really, really want to be here," he said. He had weighed what might come of revealing his darkest...
  • Assembly proposes more school construction aid for counties

    Assembly proposes more school construction aid for counties
    Baltimore County and other high-growth suburban jurisdictions would receive extra state money to alleviate school overcrowding under an initiative announced Friday in Annapolis. Flanked by delegates and senators from the five counties that would benefit,...
  • Senate panel rejects gas tax cut, other Hogan proposals

    Senate panel rejects gas tax cut, other Hogan proposals
    A Senate committee cut a swath through Gov. Larry Hogan's first-year legislative agenda Friday as it said no to several of his flagship initiatives, including a halt to increases in the gas tax. In a voting session that lasted less than an hour, the...
  • Budget shuffle sends $6 million more to county school construction

    Budget shuffle sends $6 million more to county school construction
    Lawmakers announced Friday they have shifted $20 million in the state capital budget for school construction, freeing up $3 million for Anne Arundel. The new funding will be matched by the county for a total of $6 million that could lead to new gym or...
  • Md. bill would add school funds to address high enrollment

    Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch is backing a measure to boost school construction money for counties experiencing high student enrollment growth. The measure outlined Friday is sponsored by two Montgomery County Democrats: Del. Sheila Hixson and...
  • City Hall: Maryland Day closings, Naptown Trot and lots of art

    City Hall: Maryland Day closings, Naptown Trot and lots of art
    There are a lot of reminders for this week's column! •First, remember that the City of Annapolis government offices are closed on Wednesday to observe Maryland Day. Refuse and recycling will not be affected and Annapolis Transit will operate on a...
  • Court filing fee increase voted down on House floor

    Court filing fee increase voted down on House floor
    An unusual alliance of Republicans and urban liberals defeated a bill in the House Friday night that have raised filing fees for civil cases in order to help pay for a new computerized court records system now being installed. The legislation, which had...
  • Hogan, Democrats reach deal on farm pollution

    Hogan, Democrats reach deal on farm pollution
    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and General Assembly Democrats reached a deal Wednesday to settle a fight over how to curb bay-fouling pollutants flowing off farms. The compromise on chicken manure resolves a partisan conflict that stalled progress on...