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Who won the Hogan and Brown debate?

It was a more intimate setting Monday for the second TV debate between Republican Larry Hogan Jr. and Anthony Brown in their race for governor. Sitting side by side at a table in the studios of WJLA-News Channel 8 in […]

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Who won the Hogan and Brown debate?

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It was a more intimate setting Monday for the second TV debate between Republican Larry Hogan Jr. and Anthony Brown in their race for governor. Sitting side by side at a table in the studios of WJLA-News Channel 8 in […]

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Brown, Hogan lying to voters?

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Whoever is elected Maryland governor on Nov. 4 will have some s’plain’ to do to the state’s citizens. Why did you lie to us? Why did you make wild

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Larry Hogan: Anthony Brown is stealing his message as race tightens

By Glynis Kazanjian Glynis@MarylandReporter.com Larry Hogan Jr., the Republican nominee for governor, said his Democratic opponent, Anthony Brown, is suddenly changing his campaign message to match Hogan’s, because polls are showing

Supreme Court to hear case on right of Maryland to tax out-of-state income

By Ashley S. Westerman Capital News Service The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear a case involving a Maryland couple who believe their out-of-state income should not be taxed by

Rascovar: Home-grown talent vies to replace Chancellor Kirwan

Photo above at College Park by carmichaellibrary with Flickr Creative Commons License This column was initially published Thursday afternoon in politicalmaryland.com. By Barry Rascovar politicalmaryland.com The search is on to find a replacement for

Board of Public Works reluctantly approves costly purchase of Balto. building for Red Line

By Alexis Webb Alexis@MarylandReporter.com The Board of Public Works Wednesday reluctantly approved buying a downtown Baltimore building for more than twice its appraised value because the site is needed to construct

Auditors find continuing accounting issues at Maryland cities and towns

Photo above by kenteegardin with Flickr Creative Commons License By Charlie Hayward CharlieHayward@MarylandReporter.com Some local governments in Maryland are having difficulty preparing adequate financial statements and getting passing grades from their outside

New laws Oct. 1 will affect drivers, wilderness, funeral operators and transgender Marylanders

By Lejla Sarcevic Capital News Service The fruits of the General Assembly’s 2014 session will come into full effect on Oct. 1 as a number of bills passed in the spring

State election official wants to set record straight on Hogan ruling

By Glynis Kazanjian Glynis@MarylandReporter.com State Elections Board Vice Chairman David McManus wants to set the record straight. The board did not find a campaign violation had occurred when it investigated a

Audit: Mental Health Administration failed to check patients’ eligibility and patient information is not secure

By Charlie Hayward CharlieHayward@MarylandReporter.com State auditors found that the State Mental Health Administration found that the MHA failed to: Keep documentation showing patients who received over $16 million in mental health services

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