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Larry Hogan: No more Mr. Nice Guy

Veteran journalist Barry Rascovar writes a weekly column for MarylandReporter.com which is later posted on his own website, PoliticalMaryland.com, along with his other columns. The topics chosen and the opinions are his own. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com What happened […]

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Larry Hogan: No more Mr. Nice Guy

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Veteran journalist Barry Rascovar writes a weekly column for MarylandReporter.com which is later posted on his own website, PoliticalMaryland.com, along with his other columns. The topics chosen and the opinions are his own. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com What happened […]

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Human Trafficking Part 1: Trafficking hidden in Maryland

Part 1 of a five part series Four years after the state declared war on the problem, there is little hard data on its reach and impact in the state.

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Hogan: Bald is beautiful

“It looks like there is another white dome in the Annapolis State House!,” said Gov. Larry Hogan in a typically upbeat Facebook post Tuesday morning along with a hairless

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Maryland’s Department of Education saves $2.5M

Photo above: Maryland State Board of Education  By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A new Maryland commission to study over-testing of children in public schools has yet to begin work, but new standardized tests

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Federal facilities play role in Chesapeake Bay cleanup

New protocols will ensure that this rain garden at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis is counted toward the Navy’s progress in helping Maryland meet its pollution reduction goals.

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Red Line: Baltimore’s transit planning flushed down the toilet

State Transporation Secretary Pete Rahn is hearing it from Baltimore. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A month after Gov. Larry Hogan made the decision to ditch the Red Line light-rail project in Baltimore,

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Maryland pension fund misses annual target

The New York Stock Exchange by zonnabar with Flickr Creative Commons License By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Maryland’s $45.8 billion pension fund for state employees and teachers earned 2.68% for the past fiscal

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Prosecutors drop charges against Del. Ariana Kelly

Del. Ariana Kelly by MdFriendofHillary Montgomery County prosecutors have decided to drop charges against Del. Ariana Kelly, a Bethesda Democrat who was arrested June 27 for trespass and indecent exposure

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Environmmental Report Card: Maryland’s lawmaker’s grades improve

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Environmentalists and business groups generally give very different ratings of Maryland legislators based on their votes. But in scorecards just released by the Maryland League of Conservation

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Maryland ranks 6th in presidential race donations; Hillary gets the most

Photo above: By Tom Lohdan with Flickr Creative Commons License By MarylandReporter.com Maryland ranks sixth in the country for its overall contributions to presidential campaigns, outranking many much larger states, including

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