Paratransit Riders Frustrated, MTA Under Scrutiny

Maryland Transit Administration’s paratransit service Mobility is working to make changes to serve customers and national standards

Transgender Marylanders and Advocates Hopeful Birth Certificate Bill Will Align Records with ‘True Identity’

The bill awaits Gov. Larry Hogan’s signature, who hasn’t declared a position

Gov. Hogan Funds State Pension, Continuing Budget Battle With Democratic Legislators

Hogan said no one will get all their priorities this session

Transgender Marylanders May Have the Option to Receive a New Birth Certificate

Bill passes in both the Senate and House to minimize discrimination

New Data Prompts Bills That Call for Job Equity for Maryland’s 1.3 Million Hourly Workers

Workers from around the state are calling for laws that would benefit families, women and businesses

Next Year’s Election For Mikulski’s Seat Is A Potential ‘Land Rush’

Politicians across the state are gearing up to run for Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s seat after her retirement announcement

Hogan Announces Initiatives To Combat State’s Heroin and Opioid ‘Crisis’

Governor creates task force and inter-agency council to fight heroin epidemic

Hundreds of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities, Advocates Urge Legislators to Fund Services

Direct-support staff funding for people with disabilities is at stake

Annapolis Roundup: Feb. 12

The General Assembly debates SWAT teams, foster care, tanning beds and surrogates

‘Death with Dignity’ Bill Would Allow Terminally Ill Patients in Maryland to End Their Lives

Companion House and Senate bills were introduced this week