Proposed rollbacks to a national environmental law known as NEPA would restrict the public's ability to speak out against large infrastructure projects such as oil pipelines. (Adobe Stock)

Environmental Law Overhaul Could be Dire for Places that Need It Most

By: Diane Bernard, Public News Service ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Critics are pushing back on a new Trump administration plan to

Read more
State Sen. William “Will” Smith Jr., D-Montgomery, presents an American flag flown over a United States base in Kabul, Afghanistan, to the Maryland Senate on Friday, January 10, 2020. The flag was flown over the base during his deployment on Sept. 11, 2019. (Capital News Service Photo by Ryan E. Little)

Housing, guns bills priority of new Maryland Senate committee chairman

By: Ryan E. Little, Captial News Service ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND — A bill that would make it illegal for landlords to

Read more
Michael Lord, executive director of the Maryland State Ethics Commission, addressed the first meeting of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board on Monday in Annapolis. (MarylandReporter.com photo by Bryan Renbaum)

State prescription drug board hammers out ethics rules at 1st meeting

By: Bryan Renbaum, Maryland Reporter Annapolis, MD- The first official meeting of the Maryland Prescription Drug Affordability Board kicked off Monday with

Read more
Image courtesy of CommonBond.com

Governor Hogan Announces 2019 Award of $9 Million in Tax Credits for Student Loan Debt

News Release, Office of Maryland Governor Larry Hogan ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) Secretary Dr.

Read more