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  • Assembly session ends in acrimony over budget

    Assembly session ends in acrimony over budget
    A legislative session that began with pledges of bipartisanship ended Monday night with General Assembly Democrats and Republican Gov. Larry Hogan embroiled in acrimony over Maryland's budget. Lawmakers cut $200 million from the new governor's $40.5...
  • Our say: Bill's fate sheds light on General Assembly

    Our say: Bill's fate sheds light on General Assembly
    The Maryland General Assembly — which, barring a budget impasse, adjourns at midnight Monday — is a great instrument of democratic government. That doesn't mean it always functions like a perfect democracy. Or that there aren't odd...
  • Hogan's legislative agenda faces final session day

    Hogan's legislative agenda faces final session day
    After Republican Gov. Larry Hogan delivered his State of the State speech in February, he received an email from former U.S. Congresswoman Helen Bentley. Bentley, R-Md., chided Hogan for his aggressive stance against the heavily controlled Democratic...
  • House, Senate leaders agree on budget plan

    House, Senate leaders agree on budget plan
    House and Senate fiscal leaders agreed Friday on a $40.5 billion budget plan with what they hope are enough sweeteners to break an impasse with Gov. Larry Hogan and shake loose money for education and health, and to avoid a state employee pay cut. The...
  • Good morning, Baltimore! Here's the pitch for your O's opening day Friday

    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's the pitch for your O's opening day Friday
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here’s what you need to know for 'opening day' Friday: WEATHER We’re in for a stormy Friday, which means if you’re playing hooky from work and heading to Camden Yards for Opening Day this afternoon, you...
  • Gulf widens between Hogan and Democrats

    Gulf widens between Hogan and Democrats
    The rift between Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic lawmakers over the state budget widened Thursday, with the governor and House Speaker Michael E. Busch digging in their heels and making provocative moves and statements. Hogan submitted a supplemental...
  • Rain tax deserves a real repeal

    Rain tax deserves a real repeal
    Boy, talk about a slanted, biased editorial ("Carroll Co. talks sense on stormwater," April 2). An issue that, if done truthfully, could have been summed up in a paragraph was turned into a diatribe about how misguided the voters are. Gov. Larry Hogan...
  • Today's front page, weather & traffic

    Today's front page, weather & traffic
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Wednesday. WEATHER Temperatures will top out at 50 today, and will fall back to 41 overnight. It’ll be rainy and drizzly throughout the day and evening, which means you’re most...
  • Anne Arundel cell tower moratorium bill fails

    Anne Arundel cell tower moratorium bill fails
    A local piece of legislation with broad county delegation support failed in the General Assembly Thursday after it was voted down by a House Committee. The legislation would have stopped the construction of wireless communication towers on Anne...
  • Hogan, Busch meet as budget conference drags

    Hogan, Busch meet as budget conference drags
    Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael E. Busch met Tuesday to discuss their differences over next year's budget and other parts of the governor's agenda as negotiatorsĀ forĀ the House and Senate met briefly without reaching an agreement. Budget...
  • Redistricting reform is in spotlight – and in bills

    Redistricting reform is in spotlight – and in bills
    Some state lawmakers are hopeful the stars are aligned for Maryland to change the way it draws its political districts — a process that has resulted in some of the most convoluted maps in America. Their hopes were bolstered recently when...