Tag Archives: General Assembly
As I’ve noted multiple times, I’m a supporter of gay marriage. And yes I’m disappointed that the bill isn’t going..
I was down in Annapolis tonight attending the Anne Arundel GOP’s Legislative Reception in the James Senate Office Building. It..
Apparently one of the most pressing issues for some Democrats in the Maryland General Assembly is to find a way..
I just watched MPT’s State Circle from Friday night and I think State Senator Verna Jones needs to come back..
As we begin to analyze the damage done, the House Republican Caucus blog has a breakdown of the winners and..
Maryland’s Legislative Democrats continue to wage war on the working poor on behalf of their trial lawyer benefactors in Annapolis,..
It’s Christmas in April for Trial Lawyers in Annapolis! One of their pet bills has passed out of the House..
Well it looks like the poster-child for failed state agencies doesn’t have enough money to keep things going into the..
There’s no way around it: Delegate Don Dwyer is getting a raw deal from Legislative Leadership and the media on..
Delegate Bill Frick may have become the first Delegate to beclown himself in 140 characters or less. Check out this..
Again pointing out as I did last month about how certain issues bring the left and the right together, Adam..
Last week I called Martin O’Malley’s budget irresponsible budgeting. Warren Deschenaux, the General Assembly’s Chief Budget analyst, seems to agree:..
Today marks the opening of yet another “90 days of terror” known as the Maryland General Assembly session. My plan..
We have done a pretty extensive job of documenting the situation in District 3B, from the resignation of turncoat Rick..
Len Lazarick reported yesterday about the work of the General Assembly Compensation Commission, which determines whether or not the members..
In one of those rare instances in which the left and right of the Maryland blogosphere can wholeheartedly agree, Adam..
My RedMaryland colleague Michael Swartz has done some excellent analysis about the likely prospects of Congressional and Legislative reapportionment here..
Once again it looks like some Democrats are going to go into the 2010 General Assembly session hellbent on raising..
This is not the first time we have heard Democrats float this idea, but it never ceases to amaze me..
Surprisingly (at least to me) only five candidates applied to fill the State Senate vacancy created by the resignation of..
For more info on this story, click here. (Crossposted)
Let’s just say some of us saw this coming…. One of Maryland’s budget-balancing tactics – asking millionaires to pay more..
Republicans, conservatives, and sane people in the state of Maryland have been saying for some time now that fiscal policy..