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More renewable energy will help the climate, health and economy

By Karla Raettig League of Conservation Voters For MarylandReporter.com Recently, two campaigns have been launched to jumpstart Maryland’s efforts to combat climate change, reduce harmful air pollution and establish Maryland as a national leader in clean, renewable energy. These campaigns […]

More renewable energy will help the climate, health and economy

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By Karla Raettig League of Conservation Voters For MarylandReporter.com Recently, two campaigns have been launched to jumpstart Maryland’s efforts to combat climate change, reduce harmful air pollution and establish Maryland as a national leader in clean, renewable energy. These campaigns […]

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Kirwan Commission considers large-scale tutoring plan to close proficiency gaps

By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com Maryland has one of the highest household incomes in the U.S., but only 40% of its students met proficiency standards in reading and math on the

Sorry Bernie but free tuition is never free

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Talk on the far left about “free” college tuition got a boost last week from an acolyte of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, the foremost proponent of this

Kirwan Commission calls for universal pre-kindergarten

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Kirwan Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education on Thursday will continue hashing out its recommendations for improving Maryland public schools and revising the funding formulas

Racial nutrition gap can be narrowed — even in food deserts

Dr. Ryan Lang in red apron at a cooking class. By Ryan D. Lang, M.D., MPH For MarylandReporter.com In my primary care practice, patients commonly ask for ways they can improve their

Voters still love Hogan but will it last?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A majority of Maryland voters like Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and the job he’s doing, but “despite these typically reliable indicators of an incumbent’s political strength, Hogan’s

Barry Rascovar wrong again – this time with his poll column

The central argument in Barry Rascovar’s piece is that a poll taken in mid-September can’t predict what will happen in June 2018. You will get no argument from me,

Who believes in Maryland polls?

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com According to a September Goucher Poll, the winner of next year’s Democratic primary for governor is . . . “none of the above.” The second-place finisher in the poll? An individual who wasn’t even an announced candidate.

Ken Burns’ Vietnam series turned left

By Blaine Taylor For MarylandReporter.com The concluding half of filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s epic and epochal “The Vietnam War” series on PBS-MPT for the past two weeks veered leftward,

How to fix Maryland’s poor performing schools and it’s not the Hogan way

By Delegate Eric Luedtke For MarylandReporter.com There is no more sacred trust placed in us as leaders in Maryland than ensuring that the next generation of children has every opportunity to

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