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Hair today, gone tomorrow: Delegates lose their locks for kid cancer foundation

Photo above: Dels. Sid Saab and Eric Luedtke shorn for St. Baldrick’s Foundation. (By Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com) By Rebecca Lessner For the MarylandReporter.com Some delegates shave their heads because they don’t have much hair left. Dels. Sid Saab and […]

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Hair today, gone tomorrow: Delegates lose their locks for kid cancer foundation

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Photo above: Dels. Sid Saab and Eric Luedtke shorn for St. Baldrick’s Foundation. (By Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com) By Rebecca Lessner For the MarylandReporter.com Some delegates shave their heads because they don’t have much hair left. Dels. Sid Saab and […]

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Maryland Senate committee scales back Hogan tax relief proposals

Photo above: Sen. Ed Kasemeyer, chairman of the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A Senate committee voted on four of Gov. Larry Hogan’s tax relief proposals Friday, significantly

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Free meals would be expanded to many schools by legislation

By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Legislators are moving to dish out free meals to hungry schoolkids, who are too embarrassed by living below the poverty level to eat free lunches in

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Senate approves online travel tax

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Senate in a 32-15 vote Tuesday passed a bill its sponsors claim closes a tax loophole for online travel sites, but those companies as well as

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Legislation creates compliance board and ombudsman for public information requests

By MarylandReporter.com Major changes are in the works for getting public records from state and local governments in Maryland designed to make the process easier, more uniform and less expensive. In

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Maryland pension move betrayed state workers

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Once again, the House of Delegate took the easy way out of its budget bind — and in the process stuck it to future state workers,

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Don’t build the Purple Line

The Hogan administration is reviewing plans to build the Purple light-rail line in Maryland’s D.C. suburbs. Randal O’Toole of the Cato Institute offers a detailed analysis of why it

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Maryland Senate Finance Committee gets a dose of drug overdose treatment

Photo above: Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimore’s health commissioner, shows how to administer an anti-overdose drug at a Senate Finance Committee hearing. (Photo by Rebecca Lessner, MarylandReporter.com) By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com A

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House passes bill limiting police seizures of property

Photo above: Judiciary Chair Joe Vallario (by Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com) By Rebecca Lessner For the MarylandReporter.com The House of Delegates ultimately passed a bill to change requirements for police property seizures,

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Rain tax repeal gets hearing

Sen. Jim Brochin, Deputy Legislative Director Patrick Hogan, Harford County Executive Barry Glassman, NFIB’s Jessica Cooper, business owner Brian Harvey, Sen. Wayne Norman By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s

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