O’Malley Testifies in Support of Gun Control as NRA Protests

Annapolis took center stage in the national gun control debate Wednesday as Gov. Martin O’Malley testified in favor of strict new firearms legislation and the NRA rallied anti-gun control advocates outside the State House.

Death Penalty Protest, Rally Supports Governor’s Repeal Legislation

Murder victims’ families want life in prison without parole.

Gov. O’Malley Takes a Third Swing at Wind Energy

Gov. Martin O’Malley on Tuesday embarked on his third attempt to bring wind energy to Maryland via a subsidized wind farm off the coast of Ocean City.

Gov. O’Malley Proposes Strict New Gun Control Laws

If O’Malley’s gets his wish, Maryland would ban the sale of assault weapons, limit the ammunition capacity of magazines and require handgun buyers to submit fingerprints as part of the licensing requirement.

Morgan State Only HBCU to Receive Additional State Funding for Faculty

Maryland’s historically black colleges need more funding to assist in transitioning adjunct professors to full-time faculty, members of the Legislative Black Caucus said Thursday morning in Annapolis. The Black Caucus requested an additional $2 million for each of Maryland’s four…

Faiths United Calls for Morals Over Politics on Gun Control

Faiths United to Prevent Gun Control, a coalition of religious leaders representing over 40 faiths, are fueling a social movement to make gun control a priority.

O’Malley Gets Behind Death Penalty Repeal Effort

Maryland moved one step closer to becoming the 18th state to abolish the death penalty after Gov. Martin O’Malley joined the NAACP and others in the effort Tuesday.

Maryland Places First in National Education Rankings

Maryland will not rest on its laurels, Gov. Martin O’Malley said Thursday in celebrating Maryland’s fifth, first-place, national ranking in education at one of the state’s Blue Ribbon schools.

Gov. O’Malley Pledges $25 Million in State Funds for Affordable Rental Housing

Gov. Martin O’Malley announced plans on Friday to commit $25 million in state funds for the development of affordable rental housing.

Del. Pat McDonough Offers Five Pro-Death Penalty Bills

Delegate Pat McDonough, R-Baltimore County, wants the death penalty used for at least five crimes, including mass murders.