Congress

House Democrats Demand Documents From Planned Parenthood Video Producers

Democratic members of a House oversight panel sent a letter Tuesday to Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, requesting him to direct the anti-abortion activist who secretly recorded Planned Parenthood to turn over documents related to his videos.

Congress, Advocates Call for Post-Prison Job Reforms

Bipartisan group of lawmakers aims to help former inmates find federal work.

Van Hollen and Edwards Battle for Endorsements as Senate Race Heats Up

Rep. Van Hollen has more money and more endorsements, but Rep. Edwards leads the polling. An update on Maryland’s 2016 race for U.S. Senate.

Cardin and Other Democrats Offer Plan to Strengthen Iran Deal

Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin announced new legislation Thursday intended to strengthen the Iran nuclear deal.

$618K Grant to Bolster New Hagerstown Community College Tech Program

Hagerstown Community College is using a $618,000 federal grant to prepare students for the increasing demand for new jobs in technological engineering.

Maryland legislators petition to protect state funding for Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood under fire once again…but supported on one street corner in Baltimore.

Van Hollen: Nation Must Adopt Maryland’s Gun Laws to Lower Homicides

Lawmakers want other states to emulate Maryland’s gun laws

Cummings, GOP Tangle Over Planned Parenthood Spending

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Baltimore, on Tuesday warned that banning federal funds for Planned Parenthood would cut off vital health care services for low-income Maryland women.

Unlike 2013, food aid would stop with another government shutdown

Federal food assistance program has no reserves to hold it over in the event of a government shutdown.

Maryland Lawmakers React to John Boehner’s Surprise Resignation

Maryland representatives weigh in on House Speaker John Boehner’s impending resignation.