Maryland was forced to scrap its health exchange website after it was beset with problems, and as National Journal's Sam Baker explains, the state is trying to catch up.
President Barack Obama signed two executive orders promoting equal pay for federal contractors, which Senate lawmakers are utilizing to make their push for equal pay legislation.
Roll Call columnist David Hawkings explains the prospects as Senate lawmakers pull for the new headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to be built in Prince George's County.
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-Md.) wants to end the bulk collection of cell of data of U.S. citizens. National Journal's Brendan Sasso offers the why and the how.
All 72 pages of a document informing a recent FEC decision have been redacted. Shane Goldmacher with National Journal discusses what this means for campaign finance.
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