Md. senator: I recently introduced legislation in the Maryland General Assembly that commits our state to awarding its Electoral College votes to the winner of the national popular vote, contingent on a state with a similar number of electoral votes that voted for Trump in 2016 doing the same.
Since Congress is unlikely to roll back the tax cut with a Republican-controlled Senate, the only solution is to raise the federal gasoline tax to build up the Highway Trust Fund to address our country's decaying infrastructure.
Senate President Mike Miller has ideas for settling a long-running lawsuit over how Maryland treats its historically black colleges and universities. For instance, Miller wants to state money to open a law school at Bowie State University and funding for Morgan State University to buy land.
A review of the bills introduced by Democratic legislators in Annapolis this Session suggests that their party is not out to spread love and affection, but are on a mission of revenge. It is evident that the Democrats are looking for retribution for not only losing the Presidential race in 2016 ..
Many Democrats are embracing socialist positions and these radicals are prepared for “war” to take control of the Democratic Party. Why does this matter to conservatives, or Americans at large? Because the “war” anticipated within their own party won’t stop at its borders.
There is much political talk about Larry Hogan taking on Donald Trump in 2020. But does the Maryland governor the kind of media skills and moves it will take to run against someone as TV tough and Twitter nasty as the transgressive and tailor-made tabloid character in the White House?
While Md. Gov. Larry Hogan can only do so much with a legislature overwhelmingly stacked against him, he can and should play more than defense against Democrats, because most of what he campaigned against still haunts Maryland, from high taxes to chronic overspending.
As the federal government in Washington sinks into ever-deeper dysfunction and the public casts about for alternatives, some so-called “Never Trump” Republicans are urging Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to run in a 2020 primary against his party’s president.
Vice President Mike Pence brought his call for a stronger southern border to the Port of Baltimore, telling a crowd Friday he won’t rest until border agents have the necessary equipment, personnel — and barriers.
Burkittsville residents say they were surprised and upset to learn in December that Gov. Larry Hogan wants to give the U.S. government 2,481 acres in the park in exchange for state control of land in Prince George's County, where Hogan hopes to convince the Redskins to build a new stadium
As Democrats seek to override his executive order forcing Maryland’s public schools to wait until after Labor Day to start classes, Republican Gov. Larry Hogan pledged Wednesday to fight back with a referendum.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s stunning primary victory over Congressman Joe Crowley in New York suggested a pronounced shift of the Democratic Party toward Socialism. But progressive voters should consider another model other than the left-leaning Democrat: a new socialist party.
In this time of stark divisions, more than three-quarters of both Republicans and Democrats support the concept of a guaranteed retirement account (GRA) — an account into which employers and employees make modest, regular deposits that grow into a reliable nest egg.
Former NAACP president Ben Jealous and presidential hopeful John Delaney, both Maryland Democrats, joined the chorus of people calling for Virginia’s governor to resign after a racist photo from his medical school yearbook emerged.
Some so-called “Never Trump” Republicans are urging Republican Gov. Larry Hogan to run in a 2020 primary against President Trump. Would he actually do it? Could he possibly win? And what would it mean for Maryland?
Harford County leaders were glad to hear Gov. Larry Hogan strike a bipartisan message in his State of the State speech for 2019, but some have concerns about the economic impact of his calls for tax cuts.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan touted an agenda that focuses on tax relief, cracking down on violent gun crime and accountability in education at his fifth State of the State Address. The tax cuts irked the Maryland Democratic Party, but "struck a chord" with two of Carroll County's state lawmakers.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan used his first State of the State address since being re-elected to push for targeted tax credits for retirees, longer sentences for gun offenders and more state oversight of local school systems.
What to expect from Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State: more specifics than his inaugural address, priorities for laws he wants passed and maybe details on "another major tax cut" he teased in remarks earlier this week.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley of Iowa and House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings of Maryland are taking aim at the drug industry. So is President Donald Trump.
Making Maryland "foam free" and curbing the cost of prescriptions are among the priorities Democrats in the General Assembly say they've agreed in principle to push for this session. Under their proposals, Maryland could become the first state to ban polytyrene packaging, better known as Styrofoam.
Marylanders expressed relief at the end of a partial federal government shutdown, but also frustration that it lasted a record 35 days — and anxiety that it could happen again next month. Lila Johnson, a contract custodian at the U.S. Department of Agriculture, was awaiting word on when to report.
Republican leaders in Maryland’s House of Delegates released their legislative priorities for 2019, including an state income tax cut, a registry for violent repeat offenders, and single-member districts in the General Assembly. They also plan to push for greater school safety.