Season ticket holders are pushing back against an anti-scalping bill in the Maryland General Assembly they say would harm their right to transfer tickets and make a profit when they miss a game.Read More
Maryland lawmakers are considering a bill designed to reduce packaging pollution while shifting the cost for disposal onto packaging producers, rather than taxpayers.Read More
“If this (gun control) does get passed, it’s going to be struck down and all they’re going to do is cost the Maryland taxpayer tons of money defending it in court. Don’t pass this unconstitutional law,” said Paul Brockman, a self-employed contractor from Hanover, Maryland, and spokesperson for The Patriot Picket, an Annapolis Second Amendment activist group. “These are the most lawful, law-abiding people out here, and they want to take away our ability to carry a gun to defend ourselves.”Read More
“Maryland is home to spectacular natural beauty, dynamic industries, and people as talented as they are determined. But…the truth is: Maryland is asset-rich and strategy-poor and for too long, we have left too many people behind,” Moore said.Read More
Flooding in Annapolis Friday night and into the weekend could reach the third-highest level ever recorded, according to the National Weather Service.Read More
The Maryland General Assembly operated like never before in 2021 but still passed significant measures that included a multi-billion dollar COVID-19 relief plan, historic police reform, legalized sports wagering, and a wave of overrides of the governor’s vetoes.Read More
The new chairman of the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee, Howard County’s Guy Guzzone, sees a way forward by phasing in the recommendations without tax hikes – at least for the moment. “If you’re going to spend all this money, you want to see results,” Guzzone said in an interview. “What I believe by now at this point is that we have the resources right now to get this going. We have the resources to see improvements along the way.” “And we’re going to keep checking. And every time we check and realize that we’re succeeding and we’re reaching the next level of success, we can say, OK, let’s figure out how to fund that next level. I think that’s the right way to think about it.”Read More
All in all, he’d rather have stayed in Baltimore.
William Donald Schaefer returned to the State House on Monday in the first stage of his three-day funeral. It was a place he never really wanted to be, but that’s where the politicians wanted him to be.Read More
Del. Joanne Benson and Sen. Nathaniel Exum have together spent a total of 55 years in Annapolis serving District 24 in Prince George’s County.
Now, the two Democratic veterans are going head-to-head to be the next senator for a district that straddles the Washington Beltway from Seat Pleasant to Glenarden.Read More
The city of Annapolis is spending an estimated $1.3 million in mostly federal stimulus funds to make eco-friendly improvements to its Gotts Court Garage and surface parking lot, though the improvements will actually eliminate one space in parking-strapped downtown.Read More
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