Tag Archives: Maryland General Assembly
The fact that the country is politically and socially divided can be seen this presidential season as voters are rejecting..
March 15th is a big day for the Second Amendment in Annapolis at the General Assembly. There are..
The General Assembly is set to override Gov. Hogan’s veto on Bill SB-340 this Tuesday. This action will allow convicted..
This week had its ups and its downs, but this is nothing new. Instead, as we pointed out a few..
To no one’s surprise, Maryland has some of the most liberal laws on many issues including the use of marijuana..
The Maryland General Assembly is considering a rule to ban cameras and recording devices in the Senate chambers. A source..
The campaign for MDGOP Char is heating up, and Baltimore Sun and Frederick News Post columnist Richard Cross joined us..
It started during last year’s General Assembly session and extended into the summer throughout the courts but as expected the assault on..
From a Gazette piece on disclosure and transparency changes that may emanate from Ulysses Currie’s corruption trial The Joint Committee..
House Minority Leader Jeannie Haddaway-Riccio gave the adult perspective of our state’s situation by delivering the Republican Response to the..
Today’s news that State Senator Allan Kittleman was resigning as majority leader in part due to his support of Civil..
Delegate James King has finally decided to stand for something (other than giving Martin O’Malley political cover) and he has..
We at RedMaryland have taken, of course, a great interest in the appointment process for the vacancy in the House..
Well it looks like the General Assembly’s Spending Affordability Committee has advised Governor O’Malley to freeze state spending when he..
We rail a lot about Maryland Democrats and their poor decision making, but nothing could possibly have prepared us for..
This might be one of the all time most amazing stories I have ever read about dumb ideas from Democrats..
Are you going to the Preakness? “Not I”, said the college kids and recent graduates. “They won’t let us bring..
The Maryland General Assembly’s Death Penalty Folly: An IIlustrative Application of Reckless Legislation
Patrick Albert Byers Jr. has been convicted by a federal jury in the contract killing of Carl Stanley Lackl, an..