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Efforts by Sen. Ron Young to reform the state's voter registration system are gaining traction in the Maryland General Assembly.
Supporters of a bill aimed at getting tough with drivers who take lives on area roads are worried that the chance to close a loophole in state law could disappear.
It might amaze you to learn how many Maryland drivers in just one day broke the law by not obeying school bus stop signs.
The Maryland Hospital Association is urging the state to spread a hospital tax evenly among providers and the self-insured to avoid hitting its members too hard, a position highlighted last week during a Medicaid briefing at the group's headquarters in Elkridge.
A bill moving through Maryland's General Assembly would tighten the state's ban on texting wile driving.
A crucial committee vote on a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland will not take place Thursday.
Andrew Mollenbeck, WTOP reporter in Annapolis
Time is running out for a complicated plan to merge Montgomery County's police force with Maryland-National Capital Park Police.
Under the proposed bill, the ban would include all containers intended to hold food or beverages for consumption by a child under the age of 4. Current law limits the ban to sippy cups and baby bottles.
Facing a huge budget gap, Maryland is looking for creative ways to raise money, including charging drivers more when they get pulled over.