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Opinion: Maryland should bring back the death penalty

By Richard E. Vatz For Maryland Reporter Immediately following the despicable, murderous attack on the innocent victims at the Capital Gazette newsroom, I made a contribution to Help Capital Gazette Journalists on GoFundMe.  Then I made one of my rare […]

Opinion: Maryland should bring back the death penalty

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By Richard E. Vatz For Maryland Reporter Immediately following the despicable, murderous attack on the innocent victims at the Capital Gazette newsroom, I made a contribution to Help Capital Gazette Journalists on GoFundMe.  Then I made one of my rare […]

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Is Maryland ready to ride the blue wave?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Former Vice President Joe Biden, looking fit, trim and gearing up for a possible run in 2020, headlined a Democratic Party #BlueWave Unity Celebration at the Camden

Let’s have a moment of silence for the Capital Gazette

A gunman blasted his way into the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis Thursday with a shotgun Thursday afternoon, killing five people, authorities said. Journalists dived under their desks and

Maryland voters move to the left; Jealous wins primary

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Democratic primary voters in Maryland moved their party to the left on Tuesday. Younger, more progressive candidates beat older establishment liberals in key races, led by the

Plea Deals: Police crimes hidden in secrecy

This is Part 3 of an article by the Capital News Service about how plea deals punish the innocent in a Baltimore police scandal. The investigation by Capital News Service

Plea Deals: Bargaining while stuck in jail

A defendant walks from a Baltimore courthouse to a van that will transport him to a detention facility. Defendants held without bail are far more likely to plead guilty

Baltimore plea deals trading away justice

Omar Burley, 47, was imprisoned for more than seven years after his arrest by corrupt Baltimore police officers. He, like many others arrested by the officers, pleaded guilty to

The Joe Tydings we all thought we knew — but didn’t very well

By Blaine Taylor For MarylandReporter.com If you read but one political autobiography in the next 10 years, make it this one, for sure! And don’t rush your reading, but instead take your

Chinese sister state promoting trade with Maryland

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com When Gov. Harry Hughes went to Anhui Province in China in 1980, it became Maryland’s first foreign sister state, and China’s first province to connect with an

Bobby Kennedy comes back to life in books

A trio of U.S. Senators, 1967, at Maryvale School, in Baltimore County with black Catholic Oblate Order nuns. Frrom left to right: Joseph D. Tydings, Robert Kennedy and Daniel

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