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Maryland agencies fixing some repeated problems found by auditors

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com State agencies are doing a better job at correcting past financial problems found by audits, the legislature’s top auditor told lawmakers Tuesday. The improved performance appears to be a result of legislators withholding appropriations until repeat […]

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Maryland agencies fixing some repeated problems found by auditors

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com State agencies are doing a better job at correcting past financial problems found by audits, the legislature’s top auditor told lawmakers Tuesday. The improved performance appears to be a result of legislators withholding appropriations until repeat […]

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10 Maryland school districts recognize religious holidays by name;14 don’t

By Stephen Waldron Capital News Service This school year, 14 of Maryland’s 24 school systems will not recognize any religious holidays — such as Christmas and Rosh Hashanah – by name. The

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Hogan, Franchot plan shopping trip on Eastern Shore

Above: Larry Hogan and Peter Franchot at the St. Mary’s County Veterans Day Parade. (Photo from Change Maryland Facebook page.) Republican Larry Hogan Jr. has made outreach to Democrats a

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Rascovar: State Center boondoggle

Above: State Center area with Howard Street at bottom, Preston Street in middle and armory on the right. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com As Gov. Martin O’Malley winds down his second and

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Why Eastern Baltimore County went Republican

Photo above: On election night, the Republicans who swept the Democrats out of Dundalk stood with Gov.-elect Larry Hogan on the stage of his victory party. From left, Del.-elect

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Democrats say they ‘got the message’ from Hogan’s election

Sen. Ed Kasemeyer, Dels.-elect Terri Hill, Trent Kittleman, Clarence Lam By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com New Democratic legislators from Howard County said they “got the message” on spending and taxes from the

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Maryland GOP gains 2 Senators, 7 Delegates for a record 50 House members

Governor-elect Larry Hogan Jr., second from left, gets together with the men who sweeped out the Democrats in the Dundalk-Essex District 6. From left: Delegate-elect Bob Long, Hogan, Delegates-elect

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Historic Republican gains in Maryland as Hogan wins; GOP picks up execs, House and Senate seats

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Maryland Republicans made historic gains in Tuesday’s election. Larry Hogan Jr. became just the third Republican elected governor in the past 50 years, winning by almost the same

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Taxes are a big issue in Maryland’s county executive races

Portions of this article are part of a column that runs in the November issue of The Business Monthly serving Anne Arundel and Howard counties. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Taxes are a

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Michelle Obama rallies voters for Anthony Brown in Baltimore

By Alexis Webb Alexis@MarylandReporter.com First Lady Michelle Obama urged Maryland residents to get out and vote for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor Monday afternoon at a downtown Baltimore rally in

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