Incumbent losses deepen Senate divide
Legislative dust settling: changes in Senate
Legislative primaries to watch
In Montgomery, Senate primaries turn nasty
Most pro-consumer Maryland legislators
Miller wins Senate OK to be district judge
Roll call of fraud(s)
The defrauders win
Medicaid fraud bill falls to lobby
Chaos in the Senate
Death penalty repeal: Will any senators change their minds?
Deciding death penalty
No change of plans: Electors vote Obama
Inspector license policies revised
Global warming bill killed
The "poison pill" for Global Warming bill
The thin blue line in Annapolis
Global warming legislation amended
Global warming bill dealt blow
TO THE POINT
House of Delegates passes resolution acknowledging state's part in slavery
Senate panel OKs ground rent bills
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Apology for state role in slavery introduced
Furor over People's Counsel
House passes measure on city schools Bill would send $254 million in aid, limit mayor's role; Final vote due tomorrow; Taylor calls feuding over issue the most divisive in chamber; 1997 ASSEMBLY SESSION
An in-your-face vote Stadium: A liquor license request for the new Redskins facility gave the Prince George's delegation a chance to send a message, by a 6-5 margin, to owner Jack Kent Cooke.
Choosing a chip off the old bloc Appointment: Del. Thomas E. Dewberry of Baltimore County rises to a position among the senior House leadership, as the choice to succeed Elijah E. Cummings as speaker pro tem.
Stadium deals hinge on Taylor Sales job: House Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr. hopes to modify the Camden Yards and Landover agreements to a majority of delegates' satisfaction.
Stadium plan opens P.G., Baltimore rift City's legislators far more supportive of state financing; 2 would be built for football; Delegations agree that they need each other's backing
Glowing tributes seek to keep Bereano out of prison