Redistricting Bill Heads to Maryland House After Senate Passage

The Maryland Senate gave final approval to a controversial redistricting plan Tuesday, despite opposition from Republicans and some Democrats across the state. Many expect swift passage in the House, which will reconvene for debate on Wednesday.

Waste-to-Energy Dirtier Than Coal-Fired Power Plants, Report Claims

A report released Thursday argues that waste-to-energy incinerators are not truly renewable, despite Maryland’s waste-to-energy sector being placed in the same renewable energy class as solar and wind power.

Republicans, Democrats Criticize Proposed Redistricting Map

Some Montgomery County Democrats, several state delegates, the NAACP of Maryland and a number of Republicans are openly opposing the plan put forth by the Governor’s Redistricting Advisory Committee.

Maryland Partners with Facebook, Cartoon Network to Combat Bullying

State officials said there were 3,818 cases of reported bullying in Maryland last year, but acknowledged that many more incidents go unreported.

Poll Finds Marylanders Split on Same-Sex Marriage, Dream Act

A new poll indicates that Maryland voters are evenly divided on two controversial issues: same-sex marriage and the Dream Act, a law that allows in-state tuition for children of illegal immigrants.