Hoyer calls April Fools on Trump’s health care reform plan

WASHINGTON — House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer expressed his doubts Tuesday that a new Republican healthcare bill will come any time before the 2020 election cycle, despite Trump administration claims that a plan is coming. The House is scheduled to…

In Congress, only one Maryland lawmaker gets NRA money

WASHINGTON — As congressional gun talks ramp up, advocates for stronger safety laws have called for their representatives to stop accepting campaign finance donations from the National Rifle Association. The gun rights advocacy group has given $263,818 to candidates in…

Edwards Hits Van Hollen with First Televised Attack Ad

Maryland Senate race goes negative on television.

Van Hollen, Senators Seek Repeal of Gun Industry Shield Law

Van Hollen and Democratic senators seek to repeal a 10-year-old gun liability shield law.

Md. Delegate Looks to Outlaw 3-D Gun Printing

A Maryland Delegate hopes that by 2014, the 3-D printing of firearms parts will be illegal in the state.

45 Years Later, Tydings’ Gun Control Bill Remains a Cautionary Tale

As Congress debates new gun control measures, former Sen. Joseph Tydings’ story is increasingly relevant as an example of what can happen when a politician draws the ire of the gun lobby.

Gun Bill Passes in House, Moves Closer to Becoming Law

The House of Delegates approved a slightly modified version of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gun control bill 78 to 61 Wednesday.

NRA Aims to Arm Teachers, Personnel for School Safety

Arming teachers and other personnel is the best approach to combat gun violence in schools, the National Rifle Association reiterated Tuesday.

Annapolis Quiet at Start of House Gun Debate

The House of Delegates is expected to vote this week on Gov. Martin O’Malley’s gun control bill.

Senate Committee Advances Gov. O’Malley’s Gun Control Legislation

The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Thursday moved gun control legislation one step closer to passage in a 7 to 4 vote.