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Hogan’s conciliatory words demand conciliatory actions

Senate President Mike Miller, Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael Busch. Photo by Governor’s Office By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Though lacking flair and imagination, Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr.’s second State of the State address proved a solid effort […]

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Hogan’s conciliatory words demand conciliatory actions

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Senate President Mike Miller, Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael Busch. Photo by Governor’s Office By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Though lacking flair and imagination, Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr.’s second State of the State address proved a solid effort […]

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GOP Debate: Will Trump hold on?

By Richard E. Vatz The Republican debate in New Hampshire Saturday night, three days prior to the primary, promised drama, despite the plethora of debates. There was the first hint of

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13 new Maryland judges proposed at cost of $4.1M

By Bryan Renbaum For MarylandReporter.com Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera testified in favor of a bill the judiciary asked for that would add 13 judges around the state

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House bill aims to increase and redistribute senior center funding

Del. Mary Washington speaks to the Baltimore caucus at the United Seniors of Maryland Legisltive Forum. By Christine Stoddard For MarylandReporter.com Del. Mary Washington believes the state has a duty to better

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan not all together with Democrats

Gov. Larry Hogan gives State of the State address as Senate President Mike Miller, left, and House Speaker Michael Busch listen. The tone of Gov. Larry Hogan’s State of the

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Maryland Senate Committee discusses new ways to assess property taxes

By Jessica Campisi Capital News Service Instead of conducting a physical property inspection, the state would use satellite imagery and other technologies to assess home values, under a bill presented to

Photos by Bryan Renbaum, MarylandReporter.com. Farmer Carole Morrison is at center surrounded by legislators sponsoring the bill.

Big chicken companies would pay to remove manure, not farmers

By Josh Magness and Bryan Renbaum Capital News Service and MarylandReporter.com Maryland legislators and contract farmers hired by companies to grow chickens are proposing the Poultry Litter Management Act that

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Goodbye Martin!

O’MALLEY OUT AFTER IOWA: Former Gov. Martin O’Malley announced the suspension of his presidential campaign Monday night, following a dismal showing in the Iowa caucuses that effectively ended his

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Montgomery delegate seeks voting in school board elections for immigrants, students

Montgomery County Education Committee chair Bonnie Cullison, right, and delegation counsel Susan Russell By Christine Stoddard For MarylandReporter.com The Montgomery County House Delegation Education committee approved a proposal that could allow legal aliens

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Peter Franchot plunges where others fear to tread

Commentary by Laslo Boyd For MarylandReporter.com We are in an era of political figures engaging in speech that is extreme and inflammatory.  Hoping for attention in that noisy environment, many give

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