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More doctors run for Md. legislature as health care issues increase

Five physicians are running for seats in the Maryland General Assembly this year, a spike in doctor interest in political service that the candidates say coincides with rising state regulation over health

More doctors run for Md. legislature as health care issues increase

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Five physicians are running for seats in the Maryland General Assembly this year, a spike in doctor interest in political service that the candidates say coincides with rising state regulation over health

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Ideas for improving Maryland for small business

Photo illustration above by opensourceway with Flickr Creative Commons License A commission is examining Maryland’s business climate. Its chairman, Norman Augustine, former chairman of Lockheed Martin, spoke to a Maryland

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If Hillary does not run, Martin O’Malley will be the next Democratic nominee

Despite some wishful thinking ("she's sick/she doesn't want to run") from my fellow conservatives, every credible source indicates that Hillary Clinton will run for the presidency and, in all

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Central American violence debated at Hudson Institute

WASHINGTON — This year’s highly publicized influx of child migrants from Central America via Mexico to the U.S. border has sparked intense debate about the proliferation of gangs in El

Md. legislators get high marks from consumer group — but not GOP

By Meg Tully meg@marylandreporter.com A consumer advocacy group is giving state lawmakers high scores for passing laws in the 2014 General Assembly session that raise the minimum wage and reduce the

Lack of vision on immigration and Constantine’s Edict of Milan

Photo above: Emperor Constantine the Great, by Andrew B47 with Flickr Creative Commons License. By Richard J. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com President Obama’s Sept. 6 decision to postpone suspending deportations of undocumented migrants

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Where did Edgar Allan Poe have his last drink?

In his authoritative 1941 biography of Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Hobson Quinn wrote that on October 3, 1849, an election day in Baltimore, when a printer named Joseph Walker

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Croissants and smoothies can be ‘healthy’ right?

Bauli Croissants I am not a fan of processed food in any way shape or form. That's not to say I don't have it occasionally. I buy smoothies, I sometimes

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Is the NFL in danger of being Not For Long?

Screen shot from TMZ video, via  YouTube, showing Ray Rice dragging Janay Palmer out of elevator. The National Football League’s carefully cultivated image as the keepers of Sunday’s heroes has

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Fantasy: Replacing injured stars from Week 2

Week 2 was bad enough off the field for the NFL, with Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson dealing with serious legal issues. Once the action resumed this weekend, however,

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