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Obama’s Labor Secretary Tom Perez: No. 1 priority is ‘putting people back to work’

Tom Perez by MDGovpics with Flickr Creative Commons License By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com “We’ve got to keep causing good trouble,” U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez told a crowd of Howard County Democrats Wednesday night in a fiery speech meant to […]

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Obama’s Labor Secretary Tom Perez: No. 1 priority is ‘putting people back to work’

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Tom Perez by MDGovpics with Flickr Creative Commons License By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com “We’ve got to keep causing good trouble,” U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez told a crowd of Howard County Democrats Wednesday night in a fiery speech meant to […]

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Parallel parking ends on Maryland’s driver’s test

The Motor Vehicle Administration lines could be a lot shorter after the state decided this week to end parallel parking as a pre-requisite for obtaining a driver’s license.  Parallel parking

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Franchot tells Baltimore Jewish Council better management needed over spending

Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot told the Baltimore Jewish Council Thursday that the state needs to manage its budget better - a position that he admits has not made him too

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Franchot supports freeze on taxes, opposes major tax cuts

Comptroller Peter Franchot is named a “knight” of the Arbutus Roundtable. From left: Attorney Manny Annello, Baltimore County Orphans Court Judge Arthur Frank, Franchot and Clem Kaikis.    Maryland’s chief

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Hogan’s environmental record earns mixed grades

(West Annapolis by jalbertbowden11 with Flickr Creative Commons License) By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com The smart growth group 1000 Friends of Maryland, like other organizations focused on the environment, has given Gov.

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Maryland Charter school bill excludes online education

Photo illustration by Rebecca Lessner. By Rebecca Lesser For MarylandReporter.com An amended charter school bill will slam the door on Maryland’s chance to follow the 29 other states across America in embarking onto

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Freddie Gray: What other local media outlets are saying

FREDDIE GRAY: National and state leaders of the Black Caucus plan to call on the U.S. Department of Justice to launch a comprehensive investigation of  potential civil rights violations

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How to support two local businesses with one night out at Heavy Seas

For once I'm going to shut up about my own food and tell about some really great stuff Baltimore has to offer.  Last weekend, my husband surprised me with

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Prison riot fears prompt officials to approve food vendor contract for Baltimore

Comptroller Peter Franchot chastises contractor. By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com The fear of hungry inmates rioting at the Baltimore City Detention Center prompted top state officials to approve an emergency contract with

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Hogan criticizes Busch’s handling of budget

Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael Busch at bill signing Tuesday. By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Hard feelings from the just-finished legislative session spilled over into the Board of Public Works

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