Associated Press Updated Feb. 16, 2017 9:45 a.m. ET ANNAPOLIS, Md.—The Maryland General Assembly empowered the state’s Democratic attorney general to sue the federal government without gaining permission from the state’s Republi...
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By Ovetta Wiggins and Ann E. Marimow Maryland Politics February 7 Maryland’s highest court voted unanimously Tuesday to overhaul the state’s bail policies, essentially abolishing a system in which poor people could languish behind b...
By Alison Knezevich The Baltimore Sun Police in Maryland should test nearly all rape kits, notify victims of the results and store the kits for a fixed period of time, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Froshsaid. A report issued to lawmakers by...
Washington Post: Md. attorney general says nursing homes kicked out patients to boost Medicare payments12.22.2016
By Dan Morse A nursing home operator in Maryland aggressively and illegally booted residents from its facilities to maximize payments it collected from public health plans and in many cases dropped the residents off at homeless shelters or inadeq...
Unconstitutional detention Md. judges should stop requiring cash as a condition of bail or at least set realistic prices. There is only one acceptable purpose for requiring a cash payment as a condition for bail: as an incentive for the defendan...
BALTIMORE —This week is Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week. President Obama declared that this week would be dedicated to educating people and helping them find treatment and recovery services from addiction. Drug exper...
Company that reaped millions from deals with Baltimore’s lead-poisoning victims violated law, Frosh says05.16.2016
By Terrance McCoy Washington Post A Chevy Chase company that reaped millions of dollars from deals with poor, disabled victims of lead-paint poisoning in Baltimore has been accused of committing fraud and deceiving court officials, according to ...
Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced a multistate agreement with for-profit education company Education Management Corporation (EDMC) that forgives more than $1.4 million in loans for nearly 1,000 former Maryland students who took cours...
By Timothy B. Wheeler Baltimore Sun Nov. 4, 2015 Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh is jumping into a national legal donnybrook over President Obama’s climate policy, even though it’s against the wishes of his client, Gov. Lar...