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Hogan does an about face on open space funds

By Greg Kline For MarylandReporter.com With all the negativity and hyperbole going on in national politics these days it is easy for an important development in Maryland government to be ignored by the media. The reality, though, is that these […]

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Hogan does an about face on open space funds

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By Greg Kline For MarylandReporter.com With all the negativity and hyperbole going on in national politics these days it is easy for an important development in Maryland government to be ignored by the media. The reality, though, is that these […]

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Maryland’s mental hospitals cost the state millions of dollars annually

By Rachel Bluth Capital News Service Six miles outside of Annapolis lie the decaying bones of a dinosaur. They don’t belong to a prehistoric animal, but to Crownsville Hospital Center, a mostly

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Van Hollen defeats Edwards in Md. Senate primary; Szeliga for GOP

By Troy Jefferson, Lexie Schapitl and Auburn Mann Capital News Service Democrat Chris Van Hollen Tuesday won a closely-fought primary battle for the Maryland Senate, easily defeating fellow House member Donna

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Trump and Clinton dominate

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Most of the pundits, forecasters, pollsters and politicos had it right about pretty much all the races in Maryland's primary Tuesday. They just weren't right enough --

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Immigration issue key in GOP primary election

By Deepa Ramudamu, Alexandra Pamias and Eliana Block Capital News Service Immigration has been the focus of much debate during this election season and has been one of the animating issues

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Trump wows boisterous Hagerstown rally; thousands turned away

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com I drove 80 miles to see Donald Trump at the Hagerstown airport Sunday, and all I didn't get was a lousy T-shirt. There were plenty of

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Donna Edwards vs Chris Van Hollen: Who is telling the truth?

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Tuesday’s primary election in Maryland has more drama and national attention than any in recent memory. Democratic voters, in particular, have an eventful choice to make

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Bernie, Bernie, ‘he’s our man’ live in Baltimore

Sen. Bernie Sanders talks to thousands in Baltimore arena. Photo by Hannah Klarner, Capital News Service. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Thousands flocked to Baltimore's Royal Farms arena Saturday to see Bernie Sanders

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Maryland school funding battles to begin in 2018

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Quietly and unanimously, with brief hearings and practically no news coverage, the Maryland General Assembly passed bills that will likely set up one of the most contentious

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Cruz takes his conservative agenda to Maryland

Ted Cruz speaks to the crowd at the Towson American Legion hall. Photo Maria Pycha's Facebook page. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com "Come out and vote for me 10 times," Texas Sen. Ted

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