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Forgetful Miller denies partisan gerrymandering

By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com The legal case against the gerrymandering in Maryland is getting curiouser and curiouser, thanks to depositions provided by former Gov. Martin O’Malley, Senate President Mike Miller, and Speaker of the House Michael Busch. Former Gov. […]

Forgetful Miller denies partisan gerrymandering

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By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com The legal case against the gerrymandering in Maryland is getting curiouser and curiouser, thanks to depositions provided by former Gov. Martin O’Malley, Senate President Mike Miller, and Speaker of the House Michael Busch. Former Gov. […]

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Mike Miller on Mike Collins: ‘Fake news’ from a ‘partisan hack’

The depositions of Maryland’s three highest official make interesting reading, though the format is trying. The Washington Post has put the depositions on Document Cloud. Gov. Martin O’Malley: Senate President Mike

Stevenson’s higher education success story

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com On Wednesday, Maryland’s Board of Public Works is scheduled to vote on transferring 117 acres of the old Rosewood State Hospital property to Stevenson University. It

Montgomery County sets up $11M public campaign fund for 2018

By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com The Montgomery County Council approved an $11 million public campaign financing fund — the first in Maryland — for the 2018 elections when it adopted

Hogan’s veto of paid sick-leave bill is about politics

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com  Re-election is never far from Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s mind. His veto of the paid sick-leave bill crafted by General Assembly Democrats illustrates that point. Not only

Pimlico is a bad bet

    Cloud Computing comes up on Classic Empire to win the 2017 Preakness in the final stretch. Governor's Office Photo By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com Last weekend should have been the last Preakness

Small business implores Gov. Hogan to keep veto promise on sick leave

By Mike O’Halloran For MarylandReporter.com With each campaign season comes considerable promises to the small business community. Politicians show up at Mom and Pop stores for photo ops, take walks down

Maryland’s gets mixed economic messages from feds

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Talk about sending mixed messages, the latest jobs report for Maryland can be read as good news or the precursor of bad economic news. Maryland added 3,500

Columbia at 50 Part 11: Recreation and the Role of the Columbia Association

This is the 11th part in a series of 12 monthly essays leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration in June. © Len Lazarick 2017 It ran first in The

Preakness Week and Pimlico’s future

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Kentucky may have the biggest horse race of the year but Maryland has the most entertaining “people’s party” on the infield at Pimlico Race Course on

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