Marylanders worried that talk of looming billion-dollar state deficits could lead to tax hikes got some reassuring words Wednesday from the Democratic governor and Senate president. “Any conversation around taxes, people need to understand that my bar for that is very, very high,” Gov. Wes Moore told reporters.Read More
With the historic inauguration Wednesday of the state’s first Black governor and Asian lieutenant governor, a diverse group of Marylanders arrived at the State House inspired by Wes Moore’s message of a more equitable state.Read More
Days out from Election Day and with a 2-to-1 lead in the polls over his rival, Republican Dan Cox, Moore is still campaigning hard. The idea, according to Moore, is to ensure Marylanders across the state know that the Moore/Miller campaign is not, as his signature phrase goes, “leaving anyone behind.”Read More
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wes Moore and his opponent, Republican Dan Cox, shook hands and spoke with visitors from across the state Wednesday in between “all-you-can-eat” crabs, watermelon and corn at the J. Millard Tawes Crab & Clam Bake.Read More
Calling violent crime in Baltimore a crisis, the governor re-designates his violent-crime package as emergency legislation and begs the General Assembly to immediately pass the bills so he can quickly sign them into law. “We don’t want to hear any more excuses. There cannot be any more delays. We need to stop playing politics. Pass these bills.”Read More
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