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Treat minimum sentences like an emergency public health measure

By Nate Loewentheil For MarylandReporter.com Last week I was at a vigil for a young man named MJ in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore. A few days earlier, he had been shot 15 times after leaving a pool party. […]

Treat minimum sentences like an emergency public health measure

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By Nate Loewentheil For MarylandReporter.com Last week I was at a vigil for a young man named MJ in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore. A few days earlier, he had been shot 15 times after leaving a pool party. […]

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Time for the State Prosecutor to step in this mess

Maryland Senator Mike Miller (MarylandReporter.com photo) By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com Two intertwined issues exploded last week in what some consider a constitutional crisis, but this dispute is a bit overblown. The showdown

Montgomery Council will continue to pay salary of Greenberger

By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com After serving as the Montgomery County Council’s legislative information officer for 11 years, Neil Greenberger began a new job Monday in the Public Information Office of

Stopping ‘Gerrymandering’ politics heats up

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Elbridge Gerry was born 273 years ago Monday, but Common Cause, the League of Women Voters and the Hogan administration don’t want Maryland to forget the long-dead

Hogan getting ready for re-election

Gov. Larry Hogan addresses MBRG luncheon that drew 700 people. Governor's Office photo. Editor's Note: Portions of this article appeared in a column in July’s Business Monthly serving Howard and

MoCo Council candidate closing the gap on qualifying for public funding

County Council District 2 Republican candidate Ed Amatetti speaks to supporters at a June 11 fundraiser picnic at Seneca Creek Park in Gaithersburg. Courtesy photo By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com Ed Amatetti

Commentary: Why cut the $73M Bay program that provides billions in benefits?

By Kim Coble Chesapeake Bay Foundation for Bay Journal There was more good news for the Bay this spring. There is clear consensus in the scientific community that the health of

Opinion: Paris Climate Accord is a lot of hot air

UN and French officials at the signing of the Paris Climate Agreement April 22, 2016. UN Photo By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com There has been a lot of noise from Democratic office

Term limits create new opportunities in Montgomery County

By Glynis Kazanjian For Maryland Reporter Only one of the two women currently serving on Montgomery’s nine-member County Council — Nancy Navarro — is up for re-election next year when four

Legalized sports betting on the table in Maryland

Rendering of the Live! hotel underway at the casino. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Sports betting is the latest frontier for the expansion of legalized gambling in Maryland, panelists at the Maryland Live!

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