Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown cast uncertainty Tuesday on the administration's ability to meet a deadline for repairs of the state's online insurance marketplace, which has had one of the country's most troubled rollouts under Obamacare.
This could well be a winter of discontent for the Chesapeake Bay cleanup.
Critics of Gov. Martin O'Malley's administration expressed dismay Sunday at the implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Maryland, charging that he deliberately underplayed the state's problems in setting up its health care insurance exchange.
As lawmakers grilled Maryland's health secretary last week on why the state's troubled health exchange was still broken, the official in charge of it was on vacation in the Cayman Islands.
Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides and members of the new city council are still figuring out which issues to attack now that they're in office. But one thing is clear: Don't expect a proposal to weaken the mayor's power.
Amid continued criticism from a political rival, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown took some responsibility Tuesday for the dismal performance of Maryland's online health insurance exchange.
Democrat Heather R. Mizeur said Wednesday that she will become the first gubernatorial candidate since 1994 to accept public financing for her campaign — and the $2.5 million spending limit that comes with it.
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler released his wish-list for the 2014 legislative session Wednesday and it closely resembles the policies he's backed in his campaign for governor.
As the Howard County Council looks ahead to 2014, the last year its current members will serve together as they have since 2006, the body's two top leadership roles are coming full circle.
Despite continuing technical glitches, the director of Maryland's troubled health exchange said Tuesday that she believes the state can reach its goal of enrolling roughly a fifth of its uninsured residents by the end of March.
Congressman opposes Obamacare, proposes other health laws.
A supporter of Obamacare eager to avail herself of the opportunity it provides for better coverage, Carol Siegel enjoyed smooth sailing on Maryland's online health insurance exchange — and then she didn't.
Anne Arundel County Councilman John Grasso was elected chairman of the council Monday night.
Pantelides, 30, sworn in as state capital's new mayor.
Josh Cohen says he was at the sink doing dishes when his mind began to wander.
Dan Bongino launched his first campaign for office on a laptop computer in his dining room. His wife, alone at his side, was the only other person he was sure would vote for him.
Gov. Martin O'Malley said Wednesday that he wants the most glaring glitches in the state's health insurance exchange website resolved by mid-December, potentially allowing thousands more Marylanders to sign up for policies before the end of the year.
Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler joined union workers picketing a Bowie Safeway Tuesday to pressure the grocery giant to concede on the health benefits that are tying up contract negotiations.
The Board of Carroll County Commissioners Tuesday compiled its requests for the 2014 Legislative Session -- in advance of a Dec. 10 meeting with the county's state delegation.
House proposal would trim $40 billion from program.
During the first of a planned series of web videos to tell voters about his policy ideas, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler on Monday called for mobile vans to bring eyeglasses to disadvantaged students.
GOP leaders are promoting the win in the Annapolis mayor's race as evidence the party can secure victories in Democratic strongholds.