Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, who was considered a potential Democratic candidate for president following a failed 2016 bid, says he will not run in 2020 and is instead urging Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke to get into the race.
On Monday, Oct. 29th, I was very disappointed to read the article by former governor, Martin O’Malley (“Martin O'Malley: Larry Hogan's 'real estate racket”). I was also insulted that he assumes readers of The Baltimore Sun don’t have the intelligence to see through his Trumpian assault.
Martin O'Malley: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has sent a message to developers that Maryland is open for business — as long as you are using Larry Hogan’s business to get your development permits. Hire The Hogan Companies, and you get whatever state permits you need, the implication goes.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa resigned Tuesday after being charged with failing to file federal income tax returns — ending a term that lasted just 116 days. But he doesn’t own the title of shortest tenure as Baltimore’s top cop.
Maryland's convoluted congressional districts were drawn with an eye toward ousting a Republican incumbent and replacing him with a Democrat, former Gov. Martin O'Malley acknowledged as part of a high-profile legal challenge to the maps winding its way through federal court.
It has now been four years since Gov. Martin O'Malley signed legislation to establish the Natalie M. LaPrade Medical Marijuana Commission in Maryland. It has been, without question, the slowest rollout of a medical cannabis program by any of the 26 states that have legalized medical cannabis.
A three-judge panel has ordered Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. and House Speaker Michael E. Busch to give depositions and turn over documents in a federal lawsuit challenging the 2011 redrawing of the state's congressional districts.
The Maryland Senate on Thursday killed but later revived a bill that would reinstate Gov. Martin O'Malley's 2012 rule requiring installation of advanced technology in homes built on septic systems even when they are located outside the "critical areas" that border the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.
Joseph F. Steffen Jr., 57, a Republican political operative who described himself as the "Prince of Darkness" died of coronary disease Friday at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Dundalk resident was 57.
The Maryland Board of Public Works' decision to void the controversial State Center project in Baltimore was a refreshing affirmation that Maryland taxpayers have advocates in Annapolis. Despite advocates' best efforts to pretend otherwise, the State Center redevelopment project was a taxpayer-funded boondoggle plagued by shady procedural processes, artificially high rental rates and high costs for taxpayers.
A Tuesday hearing of regulations to protect water quality and public health should fracking one day take place in Maryland portended an imminent fight over whether to ban the controversial gas-extraction process before the proposed rules take effect next year.
The state medical marijuana commissioner who cast the lone dissenting vote on a controversial move to deny grower's licenses to two highly rated applicants and give them to lower-ranked rivals has been replaced.