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With just a week left in the 2012 General Assembly session, Maryland lawmakers have hundreds of bills left to consider. But only a handful of proposals will get most of their attention.
When Maryland leaders redrew the state's congressional map last year to give Democrats a better shot at winning the long-conservative 6th District, observers predicted it would yield the state's most competitive race of the 2012 election season.
House Republicans powered their 2013 budget through their chamber Thursday, marking the high point for the $3.5 trillion spending plan, which would have created a deficit of nearly $800 billion next year.
With President Obama back in the U.S. after his trip to South Korea, Speaker John Boehner sent him a letter demanding answers about comments he made to the president of Russia earlier this week,which were caught on a hot mic.
Despite warnings that less government oversight might open the door to more investment scams, Congress on Tuesday sent President Obama bipartisan legislation that he endorsed making it easier for startups to raise capital without running afoul of federal regulations.
The Virginia Senate passed a new two-year, $85 billion budget, despite the rejection of roughly $3 million in funding for mandatory ultrasounds that women considering abortions will have to undergo.
Gov. Martin O'Malley's offshore wind energy bill received a late gust of support Monday that indicates lawmakers may be serious about pushing the measure into law during the session's final two weeks.
Lawmakers are working overtime of late with just 15 days left in the 2012 General Assembly and an important deadline looming Monday.
The House Ethics Committee is conducting a preliminary investigation into Rep. Shelley Berkley, Nevada Democrat, who is running for the Senate, over allegations she used her congressional position to help her husband's business.