Maryland Legislator, Once Impoverished, Wants To Give Back To Low-Income Students

Alonzo Washington made it out of the projects and into the Maryland State House, and now he has a new project of his own: help low-income students in the state obtain a higher education.

Maryland’s Legislative Session Is Over, But Hogan Has More Work Ahead

Md. Gov. Larry Hogan spoke to Capital News Service about his first legislative session, as a Republican governor elected in a majority blue state working with a Democratic General Assembly.

Maryland Lawmakers, Governor End Session With Mixed Priorities

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed 121 bills into law Tuesday morning.

A Look At What Passed The Maryland Legislature And What Didn’t

The Maryland General Assembly proposed 2,248 pieces of legislation during the 2015 legislative session. More than 650 bills made it to the governor’s desk, of which Hogan signed 121 into law Tuesday morning.

Budget Battle Continues Between Maryland Democrats, Gov. Hogan as Session Nears End

A committee of Maryland legislators on Friday afternoon pushed forward a state budget that would fully fund education.

Maryland Legislature Passes State Budget, But Some Spending Uncertainty Remains

The Maryland General Assembly passed the state’s $40.7 billion budget.

Maryland Legislators Are ‘Waiting to See’ What Governor Does Next on State Budget

Gov. Larry Hogan on Tuesday morning asked a Maryland Democratic leader to support his fiscal agenda, but by the afternoon, a committee charged with hammering out budget differences appeared to be waiting for him to make the next move.

Maryland Public Information Act Reforms Advancing in Legislature

Stricter enforcement of the Maryland Public Information Act might be on the way with a bill establishing a panel to oversee fees state agencies charge to respond to requests for information.

Maryland State Budget Unanimously Passes Through Senate

Senate members started wildly applauding, cheering and whistling as the 46-0 vote lit up the board, marking the official passage of the state budget through the chamber.

House Appropriations Looks To Shift up to $250 Million to Fund Schools, Reinstate Pay Raises

The Maryland House of Delegates Appropriations Committee on Friday sought to redistribute up to $250 million in the upcoming state budget to reinstate employee raises and fully fund K-12 education, among other changes.