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1 Maryland Has Successful Sale of $475 Million in General Obligation Bonds
2 All Three Major Rating Agencies Reaffirm Maryland's AAA Bond Rating
3 Coronavirus relief for concessions at BWI Marshall Airport is approved by Maryland Board of Public Works
4 Despite pandemic, Maryland retains top credit rating
5 Franchot Gets Major Union Endorsement in 2022 Race for Governor – Maryland Matters
6 Maryland lawmakers offered access to coronavirus vaccine in Annapolis
7 Coronavirus relief for concessions at BWI Marshall Airport approved
8 Maryland lawmakers re-elect Democrat Nancy Kopp to four-year term as state treasurer
9 Josh Kurtz: The Nancy Kopp Perplex – Maryland Matters
10 3 people vying to unseat Nancy Kopp as Maryland's treasurer, a position the Democrat has held since 2002
11 Hucker Calls for Increased Relief Payments to Marylanders
12 Rushing Beltway construction won’t solve Maryland’s congestion problem
13 Maryland comptroller, treasurer call for state stimulus plan as budget forecast improves
14 MDOT Chooses Transurban for I-495/I-270 Project – Maryland Matters
15 Fans of Beltway Plan See 'Seamless' Travel With MDOT Contractor Pick -- But Not Everyone Is Convinced – Maryland Matters
16 Bipartisan panel recommends that Nancy Kopp retain her job as Maryland treasurer
17 Maryland Approves Gas Pipeline, Saying Switch To Total Renewable Energy Will Be Incremental
18 In Montgomery, Officials Talk Federal Stimulus, Revenues, and Education Reform Veto – Maryland Matters
19 Maryland comptroller, treasurer call for state stimulus plan as budget forecast improves
20 Maryland leaders send bipartisan message to get second coronavirus stimulus approved
21 Maryland raises revenue estimates but still faces its 'greatest fiscal challenge'
22 Kopp Gets Thumbs-Up From Panel Vetting Treasurer Candidates – Maryland Matters
23 Maryland board approves $413 million in budget cuts
24 State Sought Consultant to Study School Facilities in 2018. A Contract Still Hasn't Been Awarded – Maryland Matters
25 Maryland keeps triple-A bond rating ahead of $1.1 billion bond sale
26 Kopp, Franchot Join Calls for State Aid to Local Governments – Maryland Matters
27 Rutherford, Franchot Get Snippy at Teleconferenced BPW Meeting – Maryland Matters
28 Hogan to return to Board of Public Works as lobbying mounts against $672 million in cuts to upcoming budget
29 Franchot Prepared to Use 'Leverage' to Force Changes to Hogan Highway Plan – Maryland Matters
30 Board OKs $3.5M settlement between Maryland, Jordan McNair’s family
31 Top Maryland officials urge Trump and Congress to resume stimulus talks
32 Nearly $20M in Rural Legacy Program Grants Approved
33 Maryland lawmakers preparing package of bills to help small businesses recover from Covid-19
34 Official in Charge of Hogan's Highway Widening Project Departs -- Impact Unclear – Maryland Matters
35 'A Great Day for the State': Board of Public Works Approves Purple Line Settlement
36 Maryland's pension fund recoups coronavirus losses but falls short of annual goal
37 Maryland issues rosy economic report — but dependent on more federal help coming
38 Maryland retains Triple A rating as $800M bond sale approaches
39 MD Needs $1B In COVID-19 Relief Released, Leaders Tell Hogan
40 Controversial Natural Gas Pipeline For Maryland's Eastern Shore Gets Final Approval
41 With the state budget ailing from COVID-19, Maryland’s comptroller is about to get his mettle tested | COMMENTARY
42 Franchot: In-Person Instruction Is a 'Huge Medical Experiment' – Maryland Matters
43 Maryland’s minimum wage increase likely to go forward, despite opposition from business groups
44 As BPW Prepares for Budget Cuts, Liberal Groups Argue They'll Hurt Md.'s Neediest – Maryland Matters
45 BPW OKs Extra Funds to Modify Purple Line Contract – Maryland Matters
46 Maryland’s budget shortfall: Don’t leave tax reform off the table | COMMENTARY
47 Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan proposes $1B stimulus bill, including checks for low-income households and tax relief
48 Montgomery, Prince George's Leaders Push for Transit Alternatives to Toll Lane Project
49 The Year In Maryland Politics: It Was (Mostly) About Hogan
50 New Revenue Estimates: Smaller Loss This Year, But Sustained Economic Downturn – Maryland Matters
51 Maryland Has Successful Sale of $777.2 Million in General Obligation Bonds
52 Here are the top issues to watch for Greater Baltimore in 2021
53 Md. Acquires Freezers to Store Pfizer Vaccine – Maryland Matters
54 Jordan McNair’s family reaches $3.5 million settlement with Maryland
55 Kopp: State May Look Into Divesting From Fossil Fuels – Maryland Matters
56 Maryland will pay Purple Line firms $100 million by Dec. 31 under legal settlement
57 Annapolis to take ownership of Burtis House if approved by Maryland Board of Public Works
58 Comptroller Peter Franchot Urges Gov. Hogan To Use Some Of State’s Reserve Fund To Help Small Businesses
59 Maryland panel to discuss updated revenue estimates
60 Md. acquires freezers to store Pfizer vaccine, official says
61 Maryland Gov. Hogan proposes cutting state spending by $1.45B, cites economic downturn from coronavirus pandemic
62 Board of Public Works Awards Two More Wrongfully Incarcerated Men Almost $2 Million – Maryland Matters
63 Board of Revenue Estimates Chief Departing During Economic Crisis – Maryland Matters
64 State treasurer Kopp opposes O'Malley's $100M cut in Md. pension contribution
65 Franchot: 'We are still $600 million or $700 million less than what we should have been pre-pandemic'
66 Five Things to Know Today, Jan. 18, in Montgomery County
67 Maryland elections chief: ‘We are just about ready to rock and roll’
68 Maryland’s Eastern Shore, and its businesses, need the natural gas pipeline | COMMENTARY
69 Eastern Shore gas pipeline project gets key environmental approval from Maryland’s Board of Public Works
70 Treasurer won't pay two Hogan Cabinet secretaries who weren't confirmed
71 ‘We owe these gentlemen’: Maryland board approves nearly $4M for 2 wrongly imprisoned for 24 years
72 Maryland And Purple Line Contractors Settle Lawsuit
73 Board Cuts $120M From Budget, Warns of Future Shortfalls Due to Virus – Maryland Matters
74 09/03/2020 | State No Longer Considering Cuts State Police Aviation Service | News Ocean City MD
75 Western Maryland towns affected by paper mill closure seek state aid for water supply project
76 Annapolis acquires Burtis House property from Maryland after Board of Public Works approves transfer
77 Hogan's 'devastating' proposed education cuts draw strong responses on Lower Shore
78 Franchot questions lack of vaccines for Western Maryland
79 Environmental groups fight proposed Eastern Shore pipeline
80 Executive director of Maryland's pension fund announces retirement
81 Franchot emphasizes his role as Md's 'fiscal watchdog' in campaign video
82 Unions: Hogan administration seeking layoffs, pay cuts for state workers to address economic impact of COVID-19
83 Maryland 529 seeks approval for forensic audit contract
84 Proposed Budget Cuts Added to Bd. of Public Works Agenda – Maryland Matters
85 Critics Say Hogan Should Have Acknowledged Problems With Korean Test Kits – Maryland Matters
86 Board of Canvassers Certifies State Election Results; Biden Wins Record Margin – Maryland Matters
87 Need help with taxes? Maryland’s comptroller says to call him
88 Maryland budget cuts to higher education could mean staff shortages, financial aid reductions
89 Maryland should deny licenses for Eastern Shore pipelines | COMMENTARY
90 Maryland Officials Raise Concern About Mailed Ballots
91 Advocates: Pausing Minimum Wage Hike Would Hurt Workers and the Economy – Maryland Matters
92 Deadline for county to spend federal relief funds extended to end of 2021
93 Treasurer Re-Elected
94 State treasurer says Md. bonds face possible Moody's downgrade
95 Natural gas line coming to Somerset County
96 Environmental groups fight Eastern Shore natural gas pipeline project ahead of key vote
97 Baltimore developer Ernst Valery files class-action lawsuit against Wells Fargo, alleging racial discrimination
98 State Elections Board Sets Dates for Early Voting – Maryland Matters
99 With State Budget Woes, Advocates Fear for Future of Developmental Disability Service Providers – Maryland Matters
100 Maryland’s higher minimum wage