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Five years after President Barack Obama promised to make the government more transparent, open government advocates praised the progress to date while outlining several areas for improvement at a congressional hearing Wednesday.
The Maryland Highway Safety Act of 2013 would allow people without Social Security numbers or lawful presence documents to obtain driver’s licenses in the state.
Twelve-year-old Heidi doesn’t want her family to move. Two streets away from the site of a murder-suicide -- the second murder in a little over two years -- she feels safe.
Police chiefs from Maryland, Virginia, California and Massachusetts demanded that Congress impose more gun controls during a Wednesday press conference at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill.
A bill that would deny custody and visitation to parents guilty of sexual abuse of a minor was heard by the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Thursday.
WASHINGTON. -- The U.S. Supreme Court will decide a Maryland case involving the police and their right to take DNA samples following an arrest.
Delegate Curt Anderson introduced a bill that would decriminalize marijuana use for adults 21 and older and allow home growing in limited quantities.
Gov. Martin O'Malley's new gun legislation will be heard on the Senate next week. His bill would be one in a long line of gun legislation in Maryland that dates back to at least 1886.