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Senate unlikely to override Hogan’s transit board veto

By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter A bill establishing the Maryland Transit Administration Oversight and Planning Board may get enough votes in the House to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto from the 2016 session, but the chance it clears the […]

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Senate unlikely to override Hogan’s transit board veto

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By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter A bill establishing the Maryland Transit Administration Oversight and Planning Board may get enough votes in the House to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto from the 2016 session, but the chance it clears the […]

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Gov. Larry Hogan, left, talks with Senate President Mike Miller Tuesday morning when he briefed legislators on his budget, as Yumi Hogan looks on. Governor's Office photo

Hogan proposes ethics reform, more openness for legislature

Gov. Larry Hogan, left, talks with Senate President Mike Miller Tuesday morning when he briefed legislators on his budget, as Yumi Hogan looks on. Governor's Office photo By Dan Menefee For

Eighteen people traveled from Baltimore to support the Standing Rock protesters. (Julie Fisher)

Poll finds support for increased school aid and higher taxes to support it

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com New polling results funded by the state teachers union finds broad bipartisan support for increased funding for public education, even if it means “closing corporate loopholes and

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Maryland State police audit finds potential savings if more civilians were hired

By Dan Menefee For MarylandReporter.com Maryland taxpayers could save $11 million annually if 127 of the current 1,426 uniformed positions in the Maryland State Police were replaced with civilian employees, according

Sen. Mac Middleton, far left, talks to reporters about disability caregivers in the State House hallway outside the main press room. MarylandReporter.com photo

Hogan gives caregivers for disabled smaller raise than promised; most earn fast-food wages

Sen. Mac Middleton, far left, talks to reporters about disability caregivers in the State House hallway outside the main press room. MarylandReporter.com photo By Daniel Menefee For Maryland Reporter The budget Gov.

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Bills would boost public financing of campaigns for governor, legislature

By Dan Menefee and Len Lazarick For MarylandReporter.com Public financing of Maryland gubernatorial elections could get help from the general fund in years the Fair Campaign Financing Fund falls short, said

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Honest Prince George’s continues decades of corruption

(Convicted felon and former Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson is currently staying in a halfway house after serving a prison term for corruption. BPE archives) By Barry Rascovar For

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Republicans not enthused about mandating sick leave

By Dan Menefee For MarylandReporter.com As the very first piece of legislation, Democrat lawmakers have reintroduced the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, the paid sick leave bill, which passed the House

Demonstration for wind and solar power in 2015 on Lawyer's Mall.

Legislature can make healthy decisions on fracking, renewable energy

Demonstration for wind and solar power in 2015 on Lawyer's Mall. By Alfred Bartlett and Rebecca Rehr For MarylandReporter.com As public health and medical professionals, we see the health of Marylanders is

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Hogan, not Busch, should be grateful to federal prosecutors

As usual on opening day of the legislative session, House Speaker Michael Busch and Gov. Larry Hogan were all smiles at the House of Delegates rostrum. Governor's Office photo By

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