Some of Maryland’s debt collection laws haven’t been updated since the Reagan administration. Lawmakers and consumer advocates are trying to update the law to protect low-income Marylanders from punitive collection tactics like wage garnishment and body attachments.
After a 35-year career in sales and marketing in which she lived all across the country working for the likes of Disney and ESPN, Robyn Remick was hired in October as president of the Tier II junior hockey team, becoming the first female president in the North American Hockey League’s 24-year history.
With about a month until the 2019 Maryland General Assembly reconvenes on Jan. 9, the new Democratic state House Majority Leader is looking to continue the progress made last session on gun violence prevention by banning 3D and ghost guns in the state.
Maryland’s first junior hockey team made its debut this year, providing a pathway for youth to eventually play the sport in college.
Lawmakers on Thursday admonished the chancellor and chair of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents for the panel’s lack of transparency and overreach in a controversial decision to retain the University of Maryland, College Park football coach and athletic director, while accepting the university president’s resignation.
A day after winning re-election in the Maryland governor’s race, Gov. Larry Hogan looks ahead to his next four years, and muses on the reasons for his win, including his disconnection from the policies of President Donald Trump.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan won a decisive victory Tuesday becoming the first two-term GOP governor in more than a half-century. Voters also decided races for Maryland attorney general, for the state’s comptroller and two statewide ballot measures.
Ben Jealous, the Maryland Democratic candidate for governor, faces a steep test to unseat popular Republican incumbent Gov. Larry Hogan in November.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, the popular Republican incumbent, is seeking to become the first member of his party to win re-election as governor of the state in more than a half century.
The state of Maryland on Thursday announced a $2.2 million settlement in its suit against the owners of Neiswanger Management Services, a nursing home company that routinely discharged patients when their Medicare coverage ran out and they had no income for further care.