MD politics

Miller, Busch Ordered to Testify, Turn Over Documents

U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar ruled on Tuesday that Maryland’s two top legislative leaders must turn over records for a lawsuit challenging the 2011 redistricting that effectively ensured Democratic control of seven out of eight U.S. House seats. Senate [...]

Editorial: Prayer and the Photo-op in Maryland Politics

It has been said in politics “never let a tragedy go to waste.” For the most part, I believe that to be true. We see it every time there is a tragedy that captures mainstream attention. Whether it is a mass shooting, a natural disaster, or a great injustice [...]

Rey Gives Review of Legislative Session 2016

Tomorrow, Saturday, April 16, Delegate Deb Rey (R-29B, St. Mary’s) hosts a town hall meeting at 10am at the Ridge Volunteer Fire Department. She will be giving a review of this year’s legislative session in [...]

Bill Limiting The Number of Bills Introduced Is Dead

Delegate William Folden (R, D-3B Frederick County) introduced a bill during the 2016 Legislative Session in Annapolis that addressed the large number of bills that are introduced every year. HB 1370 would have limited the number of bills that could be introduced by each [...]