Maryland’s onetime mental hospitals cost the state millions of dollars annually

Maryland has spent around $27 million in the past decade on buildings that are mostly vacant.

In a State Home to the NSA, Many Rural Residents Are Left Without Wired Broadband

Residents of parts of rural Maryland face problems in business, education and agriculture because of unreliable Internet.

Maryland General Assembly Ends Session With Criminal Justice Reform, but No Tax Cuts

A session marked by tension between the Legislative and Executive Branches ended up being called successful by both.

Though Justice Reinvestment is Closer to Final Passage, House and Senate Versions Remain Apart

As the 2016 legislative session draws to a close, the House of Delegates and state Senate still haven’t reached a compromise on criminal justice reform.

As session nears close, Hogan vetoes two bills, signs three

General Assembly has time to override governor’s early vetoes

Bipartisan Show of Support for Justice Reinvestment Act

Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich, a Republican, spoke alongside top Democrats Wednesday in support of the Justice Reinvestment Act.

Gov. Hogan Calls General Assembly ‘Irresponsible’ for not Paring Back Spending Mandates

Hogan said mandated funding levels aren’t sustainable if the economy gets worse.

Gov. Larry Hogan’s Redistricting Amendment Debated Before Senate Committee

Hogan’s redistricting plan inched forward one more step with a Senate committee hearing Thursday, but it still has a long way to go.

Maryland Democrats Propose More Transparency, Oversight for Transportation Funding

Democrats advocated for a both an oversight panel and a scoring system to better explain and account for transportation spending.

Maryland Democrats Introduce Gun Safety Legislation

The bills will ban guns on college campuses, prevent anyone on the FBI terror watch list from buying a gun and make judges remind anyone convicted of domestic violence to surrender their weapons.