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Counties disappointed they didn’t get back highway user revenues

Photo by Dru with Creative Commons License By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com The top priority for county and municipal officials in Maryland is the restoration of highway user revenues used to build local roads, but Gov. Larry Hogan is actually […]

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Counties disappointed they didn’t get back highway user revenues

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Photo by Dru with Creative Commons License By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com The top priority for county and municipal officials in Maryland is the restoration of highway user revenues used to build local roads, but Gov. Larry Hogan is actually […]

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Governor Larry Hogan administration’s first week has seen a lot of firsts

When Larry Hogan walked out of his office door at exactly 10 a.m. Wednesday into his reception room full of people awaiting his arrival, it was one of the

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New transportation secretary Pete Rahn hopes to have Purple and Red Line review done in 90 days

By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Newly appointed Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn told the Senate Budget and Taxation committee Wednesday he hopes to have his recommendation for the Red and Purple

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Franchot says procurement process is broken and needs fixing

Comptroller Peter Franchot speaks after being sworn in by Gov. Larry Hogan, left. Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan, right, was master of ceremonies. At the Board of Public Works, Comptroller

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Hogan’s $40 billion budget solves deficits for 3 years by capping spending

Legislators get a budget briefing in the Joint Hearing Room Monday. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com General Assembly budget committees got their first comprehensive briefing on Gov. Larry Hogan’s $40 billion fiscal 2016

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Lawmakers review charter school laws as Hogan pushes for more

By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Three reports focusing on public charter schools could spur changes to the system, just as newly inaugurated Gov. Larry Hogan takes office with a promise

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Hogans, Rutherfords pack it in at the Maryland Food Bank

From left, in hair nets, Yumi Hogan, Hogan senior adviser Marty Madden, Gov. Larry Hogan, lobbyist Bruce Bereano.  Elected officials are given lots of things to wear, mainly baseball caps,

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Update: Larry Hogan releases $40.4 billion budget

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Newly sworn in Gov. Larry Hogan released about half the state budget Thursday, the $16.4 billion general fund budget — spending funded by sales, income, and corporate

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Gov. Larry Hogan releases half of budget: No layoffs, no raises for state employees

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Newly sworn in Gov. Larry Hogan released about half the state budget Thursday, the $16.4 billion general fund budget — spending funded by sales, income, and corporate

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Governor Larry Hogan’s era of good feeling: Will it survive?

By Barry Rascovar PoliticalMaryland.com At least for a brief moment, Gov. Larry Hogan Jr.’s Era of Good Feeling ruled Annapolis. We’ll soon learn if his strong message of bipartisan harmony and mutual respect

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