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Clinton goads an unprepared Trump in debate

By Todd Eberly St. Mary’s College of Maryland clinton-trump-debate-2The most watched debate in 2008 wasn’t between John McCain and Barack Obama. It was the vice presidential showdown between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin that attracted all of the attention. By […]

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Clinton goads an unprepared Trump in debate

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By Todd Eberly St. Mary’s College of Maryland clinton-trump-debate-2The most watched debate in 2008 wasn’t between John McCain and Barack Obama. It was the vice presidential showdown between Joe Biden and Sarah Palin that attracted all of the attention. By […]

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Clinton or Trump: Who do you think won the debate?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Who won the debate? What right does the media have to decide an encounter where the scoring is vague and the goal posts are movable? The more important

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Let courts decide who sets Maryland school calendar

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Does Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. have the power to issue an executive order mandating when the school year begins and ends? It’s not the most pressing

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State revenue estimates are down $783 million over the next two years

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Maryland tax revenues are expected to be down $365 million this fiscal year and another $418 million in fiscal 2018, a $783 million drop in what the

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From Freedom House to Freddie Gray: Maryland well-represented in new African-American museum By Capital News Service

By Mina Haq Capital News Service Although the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture opens Saturday in the heart of Washington, the state of Maryland from which

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Pepco, Delmarva want to charge consumers higher electric rates

By Katishi Maake  Capital News Service  In less than a year, three Exelon-owned power companies have filed petitions with the Public Service Commission of Maryland to raise the price of electric

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Bad vanity license plates may end in Maryland

By Sam Reilly Capital News Service The Maryland Court of Appeals is considering whether the state’s Motor Vehicle Administration acted unconstitutionally in recalling vanity license plates sporting a Spanish scatological word. In

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Maryland’s marijuana system of growers and processors is rigged

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Maybe Donald Trump is right: The system is rigged. For proof, look at how interest groups are feverishly trying to “rig” Maryland’s choice of authorized marijuana

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Was Maryland’s Olympic success based on wealth?

By Jake Eisenberg, Camille Chrysostom and Julz Harvey Capital News Service Athletes from Maryland – including Michael Phelps (Towson) and Katie Ledecky (Bethesda) – dominated at the 2016 Rio Olympics, bringing

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Time for year-round schools

By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com With Comptroller Peter Franchot at his side, Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order to mandate that schools start after Labor Day starting in 2017. On

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