Gov. O’Malley Making a White House Run for 2016?

The Presidential Election is still two months away. But Md. Gov. Martin O’Malley’s role at the Democratic National Convention has many wondering if it’s the start of a run at the White House in 2016.

O’Malley Crashes GOP Convention, Draws Fire from Delegates

O’Malley slammed Romney’s economic plan and his record at Bain Capital.

To Educators, “Doomsday” Budget a Disaster

State education leaders aren’t happy with the end result of the 2012 General Assembly, and expect a special session to be called to address school spending and state aid. In its current form, the budget reduces or eliminates state aid in a number of areas, many of which deal with education spending.

O’Malley Still Pushing For Transportation Funding

Gov. Martin O’Malley continues to push for ways to raise much-needed revenue for transportation infrastructure projects. On Wednesday, O’Malley again suggested that adding a penny to the general state sales tax could be a more viable solution than the 6 percent gas tax.

Gov. O’Malley Says Gas Tax Would Address Safety, Congestion Concerns

Gov. Martin O’Malley defended his proposed six percent sales tax on gasoline before House and Senate committees Wednesday, saying Maryland needs to address crumbling transportation infrastructure and crippling traffic congestion.

Maryland Delegation Sets Aside (Most) Partisanship for Obama State of the Union

President Obama’s call for an economy “built to last” was well-received by Maryland lawmakers — even Republicans.

Jobs Top Priority for O’Malley

Despite Maryland’s economic strengths, including a highly educated and skilled workforce, business leaders and others argue change is needed to make the state a more attractive place to do business.

Maryland Considers Health, Environmental Risks of Shale Gas Drilling

Although the effects of fracking remain undefined, its threats are gaining credence as drilling creeps closer to Garrett and Allegany Counties.

Maryland Begins War of 1812 Celebrations

Gov. Martin O’Malley and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined representatives from the U.S. Navy and Operation Sail, Inc. to announce a multi-year celebration of the War of 1812.

Officials Debate Painting Statehouse Dome Yellow

The statehouse dome in Annapolis, which has been painted white for the last 180 years, is closed for a new paint job. Officials are now debating whether to keep the dome white, or re-paint it yellow.