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Mandel dead at 95: The accidental governor’s achievements outlived scandal

Former Gov. Marvin Mandel at his 95th birthday celebration in Mary with Gov. Larry Hogan. Photo by Governor’s Office. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Former Gov. Marvin Mandel died Sunday, ending a remarkable life that made him one of the most […]

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Mandel dead at 95: The accidental governor’s achievements outlived scandal

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Former Gov. Marvin Mandel at his 95th birthday celebration in Mary with Gov. Larry Hogan. Photo by Governor’s Office. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Former Gov. Marvin Mandel died Sunday, ending a remarkable life that made him one of the most […]

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Prison layoffs another example of ready, fire, aim?

Public Safety Secretary Stephen Moyer at podium testifies Wednesday to the Board of Public Works, foreground from left, Comptroller Peter Franchot, Gov. Larry Hogan, Treasurer Nancy Kopp. Photo by

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Easy work permits enable labor trafficking

Photo by DaveBleasdale with Flickr Creative Commons License By Richard J. DouglasFor MarylandReporter.comTo complement the excellent series on human trafficking in MarylandReporter.com last week, two important labor trafficking "enablers" are

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Maryland pension confusion

 Maryland Budget Secretary David Brinkley explains underfunding of state pension system in January. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com For Maryland’s 388,500 state workers and teachers — active and retired —  interpreting the

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Human Trafficking Part 6: Langley Park residents say brothels operate in plain sight yet elude PG police

This is the sixth and last part of a five-day investigative series on human trafficking in Maryland Capital News Service produced by student journalists and professional editors of the

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Human Trafficking Part 3: Most trafficking in the U.S. is not about sex work, but labor by immigrants

Part 3 of a five-day investigative series on human trafficking in Maryland Capital News Service produced by student journalists and professional editors of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at

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Rascovar responds to backlash over ‘nasty’ Hogan column

Gov. Larry Hogan, right, gets a souvenir jail key from Public Safety Secretary Stephen Moyer. Photo by Rick Lippenholz, Governor’s Office Here is columnist Barry Rascovar’s response to the backlash

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Human Trafficking Part 2: The Internet is a fertile field

Screen shot of Backpage escort ads  This is part 2 of a five-day investigative series on human trafficking in Maryland Capital News Service produced by student journalists and professional editors

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Larry Hogan: No more Mr. Nice Guy

Veteran journalist Barry Rascovar writes a weekly column for MarylandReporter.com which is later posted on his own website, PoliticalMaryland.com, along with his other columns. The topics chosen and the

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Human Trafficking Part 1: Trafficking hidden in Maryland

Part 1 of a five part series Four years after the state declared war on the problem, there is little hard data on its reach and impact in the state.

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