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Maryland child support collection needs improvement

By MarylandReporter.com The state of Maryland is getting a lot better at collecting child support payments, auditors say, but is still collecting less than a third of $1.8 billion owed by non-custodial parents to take care of their children. The […]

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Maryland child support collection needs improvement

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By MarylandReporter.com The state of Maryland is getting a lot better at collecting child support payments, auditors say, but is still collecting less than a third of $1.8 billion owed by non-custodial parents to take care of their children. The […]

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Bus Rapid Transit is the better way to go in Baltimore

Photo of Bus Rapid Transit station in Los Angeles. By Chris Blake For MarylandReporter.com MarylandReporter.com asked a very good question last week in “With Red Line dead, what is Hogan’s ‘best way’

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Plan B for Baltimore transit

Photo by skabat169 with Flickr Creative Commons License By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr. never devised a backup plan before killing Baltimore’s pivotal, $2.9 billion Red Line rapid-transit route last

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Maryland’s schools must choose between tests to comply with new state law

By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com Maryland public school systems will weigh this summer whether to add more standardized testing for 11th grade students in an effort to conform to a new

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Equifax helps Maryland validate welfare recipients

By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com State auditors hope to find less potential for fraud in their next audit of the Maryland Department of Human Resources, which recently partnered with an

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Red Line dead: Hogan’s ‘best way’ for Baltimore is what?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Key moments in Gov. Larry Hogan’s first term took place last week, but it is unclear how his cancer and much anticipated decisions on transit projects will

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Update: Hogan backs Purple Line

Del. David Moon, far right but only in this photo, talks to crowd at his fundraiser. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Update: YES PURPLE, NO RED: Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday pulled the plug

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Lt. governor scolds bureaucrats on spending for land, budget cushions

Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford chairs Board of Public Works with Comptroller Peter Franchot. By Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford came down hard on state department spending this Tuesday, as

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Gov. Larry Hogan is fighting cancer

Gov. Larry Hogan announces his cancer diagnosis and treatment with wife Yumi and family members at his side, and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford on far right. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com For weeks,

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Maryland is open for business? Really? Hogan, tell that to the unemployed

Gov. Larry Hogan and former and current economic development secretaries and staff. From left: Jim Brady,  Aris Melissaratos, Hogan, Mike Gill. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Larry Hogan, Jr. was elected governor

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