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Governor O’Malley signed the $3.7 billion FY2014 Capital Budget into law Thursday.
The Governor’s Office of Crime and Criminal Prevention, has been working with advocates to identify gaps in service needs to get families the help they need.
Here are a few of the many ways people describe Maryland.
“Get Maryland Moving,” a coalition of business, environmental, and civic leaders, announced its support today for the plan to fund critical transportation infrastructure.
If we want to be winners in this changing new economy, the best investments we can make are investments in ourselves.
Here is a video in honor of International Women’s Day.
Governor Martin O’Malley, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr. and House Speaker Michael E. Busch unveil a plan to address Maryland’s transportation needs.
On Friday, Governor O’Malley addressed a large crowd in Annapolis about his comprehensive, common sense reforms to prevent gun violence.
President Obama praised Maryland’s “smart choices.”
In 2010, Maryland allowed early voting for the first time. Since then, we’ve seen a huge increase in the number of Marylanders taking advantage of the process.
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