by Katie Valentine May 7, 2015
The judge found that the state hadn't done enough to ensure that the pipeline wouldn't harm waterways.
by Sam P.K. Collins Apr 24, 2015
“Punishment has not been successful. The behavior that we often see is a cry for help.”
by Bryce Covert Apr 20, 2015
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a lawsuit against the Maryland Insurance Administration for paying women less than men for the same work since 2009.
by Natasha Geiling Mar 25, 2015
Maryland's House of Delegates also passed a bill Tuesday that would declare a three-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing.
by Sam P.K. Collins Mar 20, 2015
“There are some police in the state that are using this, but they know they are taking a risk."
by Sam P.K. Collins Mar 3, 2015
Price surges for naloxone could deter efforts to curb heroin overdoses.
by Kay Steiger Mar 2, 2015
With her retirement announcement, Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) brings an end to her career as the longest-serving female senator.
by Josh Israel Dec 31, 2014
Maryland's General Assembly repealed the state's death penalty in 2013 for all future convictions.
by Emily Atkin Nov 25, 2014
Even if the regulations proposed by O'Malley are incredibly strict, the governor's term expires in January, which leaves them open to the state's incoming governor, Republican Larry Hogan.
by Katie Valentine Oct 4, 2014
The report analyzed the risks posed by fracking in the state, including the chance of water contamination and air pollution.