Madeleine O'Neill, Rochester D and C

Madeleine O'Neill

Rochester D and C

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Past articles by Madeleine:

Biden plan: How tax credits might be the solution for family caregivers

Family caregivers make up the vast majority of care providers in the United States, and in many cases, they receive no compensation for the work → Read More

What does the latest CDC order mean for Maryland tenants? It's complicated.

Only some Maryland counties are covered under the latest eviction protection issued by the CDC> → Read More

Jury: Capital Gazette shooter criminally responsible for deadly Maryland newspaper attack

Jurors rejected the Jarrod Ramos' claim that he was legally insane. → Read More

Judge: Maryland must continue federal unemployment programs, including $300 weekly checks

The ruling means the extra $300 per weekly and other federal benefits will continue, for now. → Read More

After furor over arrests, public defenders call for Ocean City police to wear body cameras

Monday's letter follows an outcry over the violent arrests of young Black men on the boardwalk. → Read More

Maryland's COVID-19 state of emergency to end July 1

Gov. Larry Hogan said all remaining restrictions will end on July 1. → Read More

'Disturbing': Maryland lawmakers react to Ocean City police videos

Shore lawmakers defended the officers, but other top officials condemned the actions. → Read More

Gov. Hogan lifts Maryland's outdoor mask mandate

People who are not vaccinated are still encouraged to wear masks. → Read More

U.S. Census: Maryland will keep its 8 Congressional seats

The state's population grew by 7%. → Read More

'Just don't throw stones': $1.7 million glass house in Maryland divides the internet

A cool way to live in nature? Or a privacy nightmare? Commenters are divided about the $1.7 million glass house. → Read More

Archaeologists discover historic home of Harriet Tubman's father in Dorchester County

The new discovery sheds light on the Harriet Tubman's youth before she became a conductor on the Underground Railroad. → Read More

Eastern Shore Delegate Chris Adams to serve as House minority whip

Delegate Christopher Adams will be second-in-command to the House minority leader. → Read More

Cheers! Takeout cocktails get OK from Maryland lawmakers

The Senate and House granted final approval on the last day of their session. → Read More

What's still ahead as Maryland's legislative session ends

Sports betting and carry-out alcohol are still on the docket. → Read More

All Maryland adults eligible for COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday

In one week, every vaccine provider in the state will be required to offer doses to anyone 16 and older. → Read More

Salisbury mass vaccination site will open to walk-ups

The site has "plenty of capacity" for Marylanders from across the state, Gov. Hogan said. → Read More

Maryland puts billions in federal money toward unemployment, other priorities

The federal money is in addition to billions in other benefits that Marylanders will receive under the stimulus bill. → Read More

Maryland won't legalize marijuana this year, bill sponsors say. Here's why

The legalization effort burnt out amid a busy and unusual session. → Read More

Gov. Larry Hogan signs bill to provide $577 million to Maryland’s HBCUs

The bill will help settle a longstanding lawsuit over the state’s treatment of historically Black colleges and universities. → Read More

6 new mass vaccination sites opening in Maryland

The state will have a total of 12 mass vaccination sites by next month, Gov. Larry Hogan said. → Read More