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The new Maryland congressional map recommended by a governor-appointed panel would give Democrats a strong chance of unseating Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett and extending their political advantage in the state, observers said Tuesday.
Maryland's growing population and changing demographics will have a major impact on new congressional and state legislative maps to be drawn in coming months, an advisory committee picked by Gov. Martin OMalley said Wednesday.
McDonnell increases national profile with selected trips; O'Malley names redistricting advisory committee; Fourth weekend deadly; Prince George's tops D.C. in homicides in first six months; Kaine releases second-quarter fundraising figures; Maryland union to collect millions from nonmembers; Pentagon has plan to ease gridlock at Mark Center; Prince George's residents not inspired by potential council replacements for Johnson.
Maryland delegates chose to cut loose late Monday night with just minutes remaining in their 90-day legislative session.
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Work on long-term energy plans after deregulation will be a major focus of the upcoming session of the General Assembly, but it is still not clear exactly what lawmakers will do in response to complex generation and transmission dilemmas in the future.
ANNAPOLIS — A low-level state employee is to blame for a disparity in state records that has led to a lawsuit seeking to invalidate billions of dollars in tax increases passed in the recent special General Assembly session, spokeswomen for the Democrat-controlled Assembly said yesterday.
ANNAPOLIS -- House and Senate lawmakers worked early into the morning today to pass $1.3 billion in tax increases and ask voters to legalize up to 15,000 slot machines in five locations across the state.
OCEAN CITY — Gov. Martin O'Malley yesterday called for a major new transportation-spending initiative to upgrade the state's infrastructure in the wake of the Minneapolis bridge collapse earlier this month.
OCEAN CITY — An alternative budget proposal released this week was the first in a series of counter campaigns on issues that will include public safety, the environment and economic development, state Republican leaders say.