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Governor O’Malley submitted his Fiscal Year 2015 Capital Budget to the Maryland General Assembly in early January. The $4...
Governor Martin O’Malley signed a bill prohibiting the sale, trade, and distribution of shark fins into law this morning, making Maryl...
I am sure I speak for other Aquarium staff when I say that one of the most fulfilling aspects of our jobs, especially after a rough day, is ...
Every year on March 25th the Old Line State celebrates the rich history of all things Maryland. Did you know? It was on this day in 1634 t...
*Special thanks to Senator Ben Cardin, whose idea served as the inspiration for this blog post.
Baltimore’s National Aquarium celebrated...
The Maryland General Assembly was gaveled into its 434th session today at noon in Annapolis.
Hot topics in this election year session i...
The new term marks significant change in the State’s capital with a new administration in the second floor of State House, 60 new memb...
This week marked the one year anniversary of my joining the National Aquarium as Government Affairs Manager. It has been an incredibly rew...
Did you know? Nearly 60,000 Maryland school children, teachers, and chaperones visit the National Aquarium free of charge every year throug...