Maryland General Assembly targets suicide prevention

A series of bills aimed at improving mental health care systems in Maryland are under consideration in the Maryland General Assembly.

Hogan touts new vaccine during stadium site visit

Authorization of Johnson & Johnson’s 1-dose vaccine would provide a huge boost to Maryland’s efforts to fill the gulf of supply in the state’s vaccine reserves

Maryland delegates consider rolling back protections for law enforcement

Lawmakers could repeal some of the strongest protections for law enforcement officers in the nation.

Hogan’s RELIEF Act advancing in Maryland General Assembly

Gov. Larry Hogan’s $1 billion stimulus package is set for another round of scrutiny in the Maryland General Assembly.

Maryland Senate adds $520 million to Hogan’s pandemic relief bill

Sen President Bill Ferguson, D-Baltimore, announces a half-billion dollar amendment to Gov. Larry Hogan, R’s, Relief Act of 2021.

Hogan establishes redistricting reform commission

Gov. Larry Hogan has established a citizens redistricting panel to combat partisan line-drawing in reshaping Maryland’s legislative districts.

Recovery, health funding highlight fiscal year 2022 budget

A boost to healthcare funding amongst the COVID-19 pandemic and another record increase in education top the proposed budget for fiscal year 2022.

Governor Hogan calls Maryland spending proposal an ‘economic recovery budget’

Gov. Larry Hogan presents his budget for Fiscal Year 2022 over the backdrop of the raging Coronavirus pandemic. The budget is designed to provided needed relief for Maryland residents while still providing robust funding for several key programs.

Wall Street investors pricing Americans out of last bastion of affordable housing

Some of Wall Street’s largest investment firms, including Apollo Global Management, The Blackstone Group and Brookfield Asset Management, are now landlords to some of America’s poorest residents.

Legislative efforts to protect trailer park residents from eviction show mixed results

The plight of residents in mobile home communities has caught the attention of state and federal lawmakers, who are working to craft legislation that would safeguard the rights of homeowners while helping to keep rents affordable.