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Md. road system again ranked low, but highway officials strongly counter ratings

Maryland continues to hover toward the bottom of rankings by a nonprofit organization evaluating state road systems, but the State Highway Administration continues to take issue with the ranking methodology

Md. road system again ranked low, but highway officials strongly counter ratings

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Maryland continues to hover toward the bottom of rankings by a nonprofit organization evaluating state road systems, but the State Highway Administration continues to take issue with the ranking methodology

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Running for redistricting reform: 225-mile gerrymander meander

Over the rivers and through the woods, two dozen runners and bikers will start a 3-day super marathon Friday morning to traverse the 225-mile perimeter of Maryland’s 3rd Congressional

More doctors run for Md. legislature as health care issues increase

Photo above by Dr. Farouk with Flickr Creative Commons License. Doctors Terri Hill, Jay Jalisi, Clarence Lam and Tim Robinson By Annika McGinnis Capital News Service Five physicians are running for seats

Ideas for improving Maryland for small business

Photo illustration above by opensourceway with Flickr Creative Commons License A commission is examining Maryland’s business climate. Its chairman, Norman Augustine, former chairman of Lockheed Martin, spoke to a Maryland

Md. legislators get high marks from consumer group — but not GOP

By Meg Tully meg@marylandreporter.com A consumer advocacy group is giving state lawmakers high scores for passing laws in the 2014 General Assembly session that raise the minimum wage and reduce the

Lack of vision on immigration and Constantine’s Edict of Milan

Photo above: Emperor Constantine the Great, by Andrew B47 with Flickr Creative Commons License. By Richard J. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com President Obama’s Sept. 6 decision to postpone suspending deportations of undocumented migrants

Analysis: GOP poll could be more valid than the CBS-Times poll

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Is it possible that a partisan Republican poll in the Maryland governor’s race has as much or even more validity than a poll done for some of

Rascovar: Bob McDonnell could have learned from Marvin Mandel

Photos above: Bob and Maureen McDonnell (by Virginia bureau of Watchdog.org) and portrait of Marvin and Jeanne Mandel from the Maryland State Art Collection. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com You’ve got to

Sen Allan Kittleman counterattacks in Howard County executive race

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com It was no more Mr. Nice Guy for Republican Sen. Allan Kittleman in the first formal debate for Howard County executive with Democratic County Council member Courtney

Rascovar: Brown’s diversion tactic over Hogan’s bus in governor’s race

By Barry Rascovar When you are caught with your thumb in the cherry pie, what do you say? “Ma, look what Mikey’s doing! He’s up to no good.” That diversionary tactic doesn’t

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