In Pasadena, Republican voters have a dizzying array of choices for state delegate this year. Six challengers are up against two incumbents in the two-delegate District 31B. Most of the challengers are gunning for one of those incumbents: Del. Don Dwyer Jr.
Officials for the Anne Arundel County school system said Tuesday a second-grader suspended last year after being accused of nibbling a pastry into the shape of a gun was not sanctioned solely for that incident, but also for disruptive behavior leading up to it.
While I deeply sympathize with the loss of your family member to a murderous criminal, I fail to understand how a well-educated man with as much all-around experience as your TV ads claim, just does not get the point
Baltimore County Police Chief James W. Johnson will be honored at the White House on Thursday along with eight other local leaders who have taken steps to reduce gun violence, the Obama administration said Monday.
A bill aimed at preventing guns from being sold to people legally barred from owning them drew fire Tuesday night in Annapolis, as gun rights advocates charged the measure would simply let state authorities drag out sales now delayed for months because of a large backlog in Maryland State Police background checks.
The problems plaguing the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange have exposed the cheap facade of Mr. O'Malley's presidential pitch: that he is the "data driven," "results oriented" leader who gets things done. In a 2013 Politico article titled "Martin O'Malley wants to be Mr. Fix It," O'Malley said, "we're not arguing for bigger government. We're arguing for more effective government, and also smarter investments."
After the success of last year's fundraiser in memory of her daughter, Josephine "Joey" Gay, who died in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, Michele Gay wants to continue the momentum with a second fundraiser to fuel Safe and Sound, which she formed with other Newton moms. Gay met with Vice President Joe Biden and the Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal to garner support for the initiati
Despite his purported "tough on crime" reputation, Gov. Martin O'Malley has presided over the most profound rollback of Maryland law dealing with our state's most violent criminals. After years of effort, Governor O'Malley prevailed in his efforts to eliminate the state's death penalty, after imposing a de facto moratorium through administrative inaction.
Putting aside that most gun owners support sensible gun laws like universal background checks, not even Ugo Beretta could believe that Maryland's laws are about harassment. If he did, his forefathers would have moved a long time ago — out of Italy.