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  • Budget conference approaches as end of General Assembly session looms

    Budget conference approaches as end of General Assembly session looms
    The House and the Senate are expected to go into conference by the end of next week on the one things they must do under the Maryland Constitution — pass a balanced budget. The budget conference can be anything from high drama to a total snore...
  • 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...
  • Senate panel rewrites Hogan's charter school law

    Senate panel rewrites Hogan's charter school law
    A key state Senate panel spent Wednesday dismantling Gov. Larry Hogan's bill to expand charter schools, redrafting it to allow for only small changes to Maryland's program for alternative schools. Democratic senators on the Education, Health &...
  • Senate president will consider Hogan's tax cut proposals

    Maryland's Senate president said Wednesday he wants to work with Gov. Larry Hogan on some of his tax relief proposals, as Democrats who control the Legislature work to compromise with the Republican governor on the state's $40.4 billion budget. Senate...
  • Charter school roadblock

    Charter school roadblock
    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan campaigned on a pledge to increase the number of charter schools in the state, which currently has one of the most restrictive charter school laws in the nation. By making charter schools easier to open and operate in Maryland,...
  • Md. Senate votes to end state-mandated stormwater fees

    The Maryland Senate voted unanimously Friday to end state-mandated stormwater management fees, a priority of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. The vote sends the measure to the House of Delegates. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, the bill's sponsor,...
  • Maryland House approves $40.4B budget

    The Maryland House of Delegates passed the state's $40.4 billion budget on Thursday, restoring added education funding and a cost-of-living adjustment for state employees. The House voted 129-10 for the measure, with 89 Democrats voting for the bill,...
  • Amendment to weaken fracking liability bill fails

    A bill to hold fracking companies more responsible for damages they cause remained intact after senators defeated an amendment Thursday that would have removed words describing the natural gas extraction process as "ultrahazardous and abnormally...
  • Confirmation of Hogan's higher ed nominee in doubt

    Confirmation of Hogan's higher ed nominee in doubt
    Gov. Larry Hogan's nomination of Jennie C. Hunter-Cevera to be Maryland's secretary of higher education has run into trouble in the General Assembly. A key Senate committee has twice postponed votes on Hunter-Cevera's nomination to review complaints...
  • House panel shoots down Hogan bill to repeal stormwater fees

    A House committee has voted against Gov. Larry Hogan's proposal to repeal stormwater management fees. The House Environment and Transportation Committee voted 14-7 against the bill Friday. Hogan, a Republican, campaigned against the fees, which...
  • Miller urges senators to pass Hogan's charter bill

    Miller urges senators to pass Hogan's charter bill
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller on Tuesday urged fellow senators to make "a good faith effort" to pass some version of the governor's bill to expand charter schools - especially if they wanted more money for public schools. The charter school...