Governor Hogan Vetoes Numerous Bills, Including Handgun Board Repeal


On Friday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced he would allow the remainder of bills from the 2019 General Assembly session to become law without his signature, vetoing…

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Grants to Fund Full Day Pre-K Expansion in Maryland

The Maryland State Department of Education’s Division of Early Childhood Education says it has awarded 50 grants valued at 26.6 million dollars aimed at serving four year olds…

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VIDEO: WGMD News Week in Review 5/4/2019 WATCH: A toll hike on the Delaware Memorial Bridge, A serious fire damages Mill Pond Village Apartments in Salisbury, Plus the historic election of a new Speaker…

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Adrienne Jones Elected Maryland’s Next House Speaker


Delegate Adrienne Jones has won the special election for Speaker of the House of Delegates, making her the first woman and first African-American to hold the position. Jones…

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VIDEO: WGMD News Week in Review 4/13/2019

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WATCH: A look back at the week’s top stories including the death of Maryland Speaker Michael Busch, Delaware increasing it’s age to purchase tobacco, possible Hepatitis A exposure…

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Maryland House of Delegates Approves Aid-in-Dying Bill

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Maryland’s House of Delegates has approved an aid-in-dying bill. The legislation would allow terminally ill patients to obtain life ending drugs if a doctor finds they have six…

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Maryland Measure Allowing Unspecified Gender Advances in Senate


The Maryland State Senate has advanced a measure that would allow for residents to select an unspecified gender on the driver’s licenses. Senators gave the measure preliminary approval…

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Maryland Senator Supports Buying in to Medicare at 50


U.S. Senator Ben Cardin, a Democrat of Maryland has signed on as a co-sponsor of legislation that would allow people to buy into Medicare at age 50. Senator…

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Debate Over School Start Date in Maryland Continues

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The Maryland State Senate voted Tuesday to enable local school boards to make the decision whether school begins before before or after Labor Day. The 31-13 vote was along…

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Gun Control Advocates Pressure Maryland Lawmakers


Gun control advocates were at the Maryland State House in Annapolis on Thursday, pressuring lawmakers to support bills in the 2019 Session. Read More

Maryland Governor Delivers State of the State Address


On Wednesday, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan delivered his fifth annual State of the State Address, his first since being sworn in for a second term earlier this month.…

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