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Maryland GOP calls Rascovar immigration column ‘slanderous, outrageous’

Two days ago, columnist Barry Rascovar shared his opinion about the situation caused by the high number of unaccompanied children arriving illegally in the United States. While Mr. Rascovar is entitled to his opinion, the Maryland Republican Party finds his partisan attack on members of our party to be both outrageous and slanderous

Maryland GOP calls Rascovar immigration column ‘slanderous, outrageous’

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Two days ago, columnist Barry Rascovar shared his opinion about the situation caused by the high number of unaccompanied children arriving illegally in the United States. While Mr. Rascovar is entitled to his opinion, the Maryland Republican Party finds his partisan attack on members of our party to be both outrageous and slanderous

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More responses slamming immigration column from Del. Pat McDonough, Rep. Andy Harris and writer Jim Simpson

Photo above by katerkate on Flickr Creative Commons License MarylandReporter.com got a couple of dozen emails about the Rascovar column, some supporting, most against. At least half were from people

Blowback on Rascovar column was fierce; Bongino calls for boycott of Maryland Reporter

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The blowback from Barry Rascovar’s column accusing Republicans of being anti-immigrant was fast and furious Monday and congressional candidate Dan Bongino urged a boycott of MarylandReporter.com unless

Maryland pension fund earns 14 percent, now valued at $45 billion

Photo above: Wall Street stock exchange (By zoonabar, Flickr Creative Commons License)Maryland’s pension system for state employees and teachers had another strong investment performance for the fiscal year which

Rascovar column: Immigration quandary for the GOP

Photo above: U.S. border with Mexico (Photo by Maitri/Flickr Creative Commons License) By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Are Republicans poor spellers? They might be, judging from the graffiti (“NO ILLEAGLES HERE”) spray painted

Commentary: Delaney’s infrastructure bill doesn’t hold up to scrutiny

Photo above: Washington Beltway (Photo by ephien under Flickr Creative Commons License.) UMBC Professor Roy Meyers By Roy T. Meyers meyers@umbc.edu In Monday’s MarylandReporter.com story, U.S. Rep. John Delaney talked about his proposed

SEIU union played attack role in June primary

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com It was a surprise for senate candidate Cheryl Kagan when she opened her mailbox just a few weeks before the June 24 primary and discovered mailers smearing

Small firms give Maryland C- for business friendliness

Some rankings of Maryland’s business climate put it at the bottom of the pack, as the Tax Foundation does. A few put it at the top, as does the

Rep. Delaney goes his own way, focusing on ‘big ideas’

Photo above: May 3 Kentlands parade by MdFriendofHillary on Flickr Creative Commons By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com His Republican opponent may call him a liberal Democrat, but Rep. John Delaney continues to

Rascovar column: In primary, women prevail and aid turnout, which ranged from bad to worse

Photo above: Some of the women’s caucus of the Maryland General Assembly. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com In a primary election wrap-up message e-mailed to his supporters, former state Sen. Art

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