Marylanders Stand Up For The Affordable Care Act

CLINTON, Md.– Residents of Prince George’s County gathered at Mount Ennon Church Tuesday evening to discuss the future of the Affordable Care Act. Maryland Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin were present along with other legislators.

Maryland lawmakers, residents worried after Obamacare repeal report

WASHINGTON – First, Diana Muller’s vision starts to blur. Next, she loses feeling along her left side. Then comes the debilitating pain. The 39-year-old Silver Spring resident suffers from seizure migraines, some of which last more than four days. But…

Trump tax plan may be a mixed bag for Maryland

WASHINGTON – A majority of Marylanders weren’t particularly keen about the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton carried the Old Line State by roughly 624,000 votes on Nov. 8, good for a comfortable 25-point win. RELATED…

Maryland’s Democrats vow Planned Parenthood fight

WASHINGTON  — Baltimore resident Annie Sageng relied on Planned Parenthood for many different reasons while growing up. RELATED STORY: Planned Parenthood Hands Out Anti-Trump Condoms In high school, she drove her friends there to pick up birth control and pregnancy…

Future of Affordable Care Act in Maryland is uncertain

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — While President-elect Donald Trump vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act on the campaign trail, his recent promises to maintain key components of the law have reassured Marylanders, though many still feel the law’s future is questionable.…

Maryland Democrats look for ways to influence GOP-run Congress

WASHINGTON – Despite the return of Republican majorities in both houses of Congress in January, Maryland’s Democrats still plan to find ways of influencing policy debates and legislation. In fact, even with some new faces in the Maryland congressional delegation,…

What Does a Government Shutdown Look Like?

Washington in photographs on the second day of the government shutdown.

Federal Government Shutdown Would Hurt Workers, Maryland Economy

Tuesday’s looming government shutdown would cripple federal agencies in Maryland, hurt workers and cause a drop in economic output and tax revenue.