The Maryland General Assembly ethics committee recommended a public reprimand for Baltimore County Del. Jay Jalisi for what they described as an “ongoing pattern of bullying and abusive workplace behavior.” Here is his response.
The Maryland General Assembly's ethics committee is recommending a public reprimand of Baltimore County Del. Jay Jalisi for "an ongoing pattern of bullying and abusive workplace behavior." Lawmakers are receiving a 16-page report on the Democratic delegate. It says he abused and bullied his staff.
A Baltimore delegate has asked his colleagues from Anne Arundel County to withdraw their bill seeking to change how Maryland funds racetrack improvements until "deplorable" living conditions for workers in Laurel Park dorms can be inspected.
A retired public corruption investigator has filed a complaint with his former state agency against Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, alleging she perjured herself by not reporting her Healthy Holly company in annual ethics disclosure forms when she was a state senator.
We support the calls by legislative leaders for audits of the University of Maryland Medical System's contracting practices, but there are questions about them that only investigations by federal or state prosecutors can answer.
In the early stages of her re-election bid, Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh has come under fire for revelations that while she sat on the board of the University of Maryland Medical System, the organization paid her $500,000 for children’s books she authored.
Lawmakers in Annapolis on Friday grilled leaders at the University of Maryland Medical System as they considered sweeping legislation to reform the hospital network after allegations of self-dealing and no-bid contracting with board members.
A Maryland House of Delegates committee voted overwhelmingly Friday to advance legislation that would create a Prescription Drug Affordability Board that could set limits on how much state and local governments pay for high-cost medications.
A bill to allow certain terminally ill Marylanders to obtain medication to end their lives is advancing in the state Senate, but it has been changed so much that the leading advocacy group is withdrawing its support for the measure.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's inaugural committee, which hosted festivities to celebrate her being sworn into office in 2016, didn't file financial disclosures with the IRS, one of its directors said Thursday.
Maryland’s Senate on Thursday unanimously passed a $46.6 billion budget that contains less funding for the state’s public schools than its House of Delegates counterpart — and restores money for a program to send kids from poor families to private schools.
As state lawmakers contemplate reforming how the University of Maryland Medical System handles contracts with insiders, a Baltimore Sun review of other hospitals' disclosures show the practice is not rare. Only Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation dabbled in politics.
House Speaker Michael Busch said Wednesday that he will introduce sweeping legislation to reform the University of Maryland Medical System’s board of directors as accusations of “self-dealing” have rocked the hospital network.
In this episode, Baltimore Sun State House reporters Luke Broadwater and Pamela Wood discuss about the intense scrutiny facing the University of Maryland Medical System, the flurry of legislation moving in the General Assembly on "crossover day," and sit down with Sen. Bill Ferguson.
For the second year in a row, the Maryland Senate on Tuesday advanced a bill declaring that energy generated by burning trash should no longer be considered "green." That label qualifies trash incinerators, including the Wheelabrator Baltimore facility, for subsidies from electricity ratepayers.
The Maryland House of Delegates on Monday unanimously passed legislation that would toughen restrictions on the amount of lead permitted in the water of school drinking fountains and fund remediation efforts.
The Maryland House of Delegates voted Monday to end the statute of limitations for when victims of child sexual abuse can file lawsuits, to raise the smoking age from 18 to 21 and to require background checks anytime someone buys a rifle or shotgun.
In confrontational comments made at a pivotal moment in the General Assembly session — the day when lawmakers are rushing pass bills from one chamber to the next — the Republican governor blasted lawmakers.