Legislators ask governor to increase HBCU funding

Maryland’s historically black colleges say there are inequalities when it comes to being properly funded by the state. A senate committee heard testimony on a bill REQUIRING the Governor to include additional for the state’s HBCU’s in his budget.

Md. lawmakers announce anti-voucher proposals

As the U.S. Senate voted to confirm Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education, a group of Maryland lawmakers gathered in Annapolis Tuesday afternoon to introduce a package of five legislative priorities regarding education.

Edwards Hits Van Hollen with First Televised Attack Ad

Maryland Senate race goes negative on television.

Gov. O’Malley Takes a Third Swing at Wind Energy

Gov. Martin O’Malley on Tuesday embarked on his third attempt to bring wind energy to Maryland via a subsidized wind farm off the coast of Ocean City.