In part two of our special two-hour broadcast from the 10th annual Annapolis Summit, we hear from Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley about issues affecting our state in the upcoming year, from the proposed youth jail in Baltimore to statewide gun control.
The Democratic National Convention kicked off its first official day yesterday in Charlotte, NC with speakers who set the tone for the convention, including Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley. We host a roundtable discussion to talk about the DNC and what it means for the election.
With federal stimulus money gone and the recession still far from over, Maryland faces a $1.6 billion budget gap this year. In Governor Martin O'Malley's budget proposal for this year, one of the measures he suggests for closing that gap is $94 million in cuts to education. Our guests today debate the necessity of the cuts, and discuss what they would mean for schools, municipalities, stude
Today Governor Martin O'Malley gave the 2011 State of the State Address to a joint session of the legislature in Annapolis. We were there, and caught up with some of our Senators and Representatives to get their thoughts on the speech and their priorities for the session.
We spoke with:
If you tuned in for On Delmarva last week, you heard Ted Wycall, Jake Day, and James Adkins take on the big questions facing farmers on Delmarva, our food systems, and how we can feed everyone at a low cost without harming the environment. We enjoyed talking with them so much that we invited them back to continue the conversation!
Today, Maryland's General Assembly convenes for the 428th legislative session in Annapolis. Marc interviews Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley before a live audience a few hours before the session officially opens.
While Maryland remains a steadfastly Democratic state by and large, Maryland's 1st Congressional District voted to oust first-term Democratic Congressman Frank Kratovil in favor of Rebuplican candidate Andy Harris last week. All other Congressional incumbents throughout the state, as well as Democratic Governor Martin O'Malley, held their seats.