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  • State highway chief to retire

    Neil J. Pedersen, who led the State Highway Administration through the two biggest projects in its history, said Wednesday that he will step down at the end of the month to travel with his wife and explore other professional opportunities. The soft-...
  • O'Malley's proposal to raise taxes on "high earners" draws protests in Annapolis and beyond

    O'Malley's proposal to raise taxes on "high earners" draws protests in Annapolis and beyond
    Frank and Joanne McShalley don't think of themselves as rich. He works for an insurance company. She's an office manager. They've got two kids in Baltimore County Catholic schools. The family isn't hurting, but with the costs of running a household &#...
  • Democrats, Republicans agree to push package of bills in Annapolis

    A bipartisan group of senators put aside the battling that often prevails in Annapolis to announce Thursday a common agenda of bills that Democrats and Republicans can rally around. The bills would preserve scholarships for veterans, protect children...
  • Letter: Courts must order fair redrawing of districts

    It was nice to see the Catonsville Times solicit readers' responses ("Speak out now if you see unfairness in redistricting," Catonsville Times, Jan. 11) if they consider Maryland's redistricting plan unfair. There is no unfairness in the idea of...
  • O'Malley wants to put sales tax on gas

    O'Malley wants to put sales tax on gas
    Gov. Martin O'Malley wants to apply Maryland's 6 percent sales tax to gasoline, a change that at current prices would add 18 cents a gallon to the cost at the pump. The increase — to be phased in over three years —would be on top of the 23....
  • O'Malley makes his case for 'investments' in Maryland

    O'Malley makes his case for 'investments' in Maryland
    Gov. Martin O'Malley used his State of the State address Wednesday to make his case for his most ambitious legislative agenda since taking office. Now comes the hard job of selling it. In an upbeat, 33-minute speech to both chambers of the General...
  • Bills seek to keep guilty pols from getting paychecks, pensions

    A Baltimore mayor and a Prince George's County councilwoman lingered in office for weeks after being found guilty of serious charges. A former Prince George's County executive is heading to prison but gets to keep a pension worth more than $50,000 a year....
  • Ethics committee recommends Currie be censured

    Ethics committee recommends Currie be censured
    The General Assembly's joint ethics committee has recommended unanimously that the Senate censure Sen. Ulysses Currie, once a powerful committee chairman, for failing to disclose that he was being paid to represent a grocery chain before state agencies....
  • Baker returns to Annapolis to fight for Prince George's — this time as county executive

    Baker returns to Annapolis to fight for Prince George's — this time as county executive
    When Rushern L. Baker III took office as Prince George's County executive 14 months ago, he faced a monumental cleanup challenge. His predecessor had just been arrested in one of the most sweeping corruption scandals in Maryland history. Prince George'...
  • Gay marriage bill clears Senate panel, may go to floor Wednesday for debate

    Gay marriage bill clears Senate panel, may go to floor Wednesday for debate
    The governor's bill to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland sailed through the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee on Tuesday and is expected to be debated on the Senate floor as early as Wednesday. Supporters easily defeated two proposed amendments....
  • New legislative map becomes law

    The balance of legislative power in Maryland tips farther away from Baltimore under the new legislative boundaries that quietly became law Friday. The city loses two of its 18 delegates and will have to share a senator with Baltimore County under the...