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Hogan surfs a blue wave to victory while buddies wipe out

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com An exuberant, exultant, emotional Gov. Larry Hogan, with bear hugs for everyone in sight, effused one of the stellar quotes of the campaign in a 5-minute victory speech Tuesday night. “Tonight in this deep blue state, […]

Hogan surfs a blue wave to victory while buddies wipe out

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com An exuberant, exultant, emotional Gov. Larry Hogan, with bear hugs for everyone in sight, effused one of the stellar quotes of the campaign in a 5-minute victory speech Tuesday night. “Tonight in this deep blue state, […]

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Senator questions security breach at courthouse by Howard County Register of Wills

By Meg Tully Associate Editor, MarylandReporter.com State Sen. Gail Bates is asking for answers about a breach of security at Howard County  Courthouse involving Register of Wills Byron Macfarlane at the end

Defend clean car standards to protect Maryland’s health

By Christine Wallace From Annapolis to Baltimore to the D.C. suburbs, Maryland’s cities score an F on the American Lung Association’s annual State of the Air report for smog pollution.

Fatherlessness is the root cause of Baltimore and Maryland violence

By Tyrone Keys and Richard E. Vatz Maryland and Baltimore have a terrible problem of violence and intimidation, and their root cause is not drugs, police corruption and incompetence or

Frosh’s pursuit of President Trump is unconstitutional

By Richard J. Douglas  An Oct. 17 article in the Maryland Reporter on Attorney General Brian Frosh asks:  AG Frosh’s broad legal power: Partisanship or ‘long overdue’?  The correct option, though unstated,

Comparing polls number from 2014, Jealous worse off than Hogan was

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com At a brief press conference Friday, a reporter asked Democratic nominee for governor Ben Jealous about polls showing him far behind Republican Gov. Larry Hogan in the

Kirwan recommendations will fail if same mistakes are made as with Thornton, consultant says

The Kirwan Commission on Innovation and Excellence spent much of Wednesday afternoon discussing how to hold Maryland schools accountable for the major changes in structure, requirements and programs it

Lonesome Libertarian, Hogan and other candidates crowd a Howard County weekend

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Shawn Quinn waited patiently for over an hour Saturday morning for his chance to address a nearly empty hall at St. John Baptist church in Columbia. There were

Kittleman, Ball come out swinging in combative debate

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com To the sound of shouts, loud applause and a few boos, the candidates for Howard County executive came out swinging at a debate Wednesday night sponsored by

New Maryland laws now on the books

By Meg Tully For MarylandReporter.com Scores of laws passed during this year’s General Assembly session go into effect Monday. Some key new laws Oct. 1 include measures to: – Ban spoofing phone calls – Stop

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