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Maryland Budget: Let local dollars reflect our community values

By Melissa Ann Ehrenreich For MarylandReporter.com My husband and I have carted our kids to every democratic experience we can think of — protest marches, polling places, town halls, city council meetings. We want to demystify the political experience and […]

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Maryland Budget: Let local dollars reflect our community values

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By Melissa Ann Ehrenreich For MarylandReporter.com My husband and I have carted our kids to every democratic experience we can think of — protest marches, polling places, town halls, city council meetings. We want to demystify the political experience and […]

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People wait to testify on bill eliminating the subminimum wage in segregated workshops. Ken Capone, left foreground, at hearing on subminimum wage Feb. 10.

People with disabilities lives matter

People wait to testify on bill eliminating the subminimum wage in segregated workshops. Ken Capone, left foreground, at hearing on subminimum wage Feb. 10. By Eric Luedtke For MarylandReporter.com Last fall, Donald

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Maryland pension fund misses investment target again, earning just over 1%

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com For the second year in a row, Maryland's pension fund missed its target for return on its investment portfolio by a wide mark, earning just 1.16% for

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Working in Columbia: Downtown and business parks went up and down with economy

This is the second in a series of 12 monthly essays over the next year leading up to Columbia's 50th birthday celebration next June. It ran first in The

I-95 is the road in the middle of this rendering from left to right, with the Port Covington plans shown across the bottom. Rendering from Sagamore Development.

Port Covington developer asked to cut deals to gain city aid

I-95 is the road in the middle of this rendering from left to right, with the Port Covington plans shown across the bottom. Rendering from Sagamore Development. Clarification: Language used

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Helen Bentley remembered

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com In 2006, Gov. Bob Ehrlich named the Port of Baltimore for Helen Delich Bentley, whom he had succeeded in Congress in 1995 after she ran

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Helen Delich Bentley: My Recollections

Before the word “Feminist” was coined, Helen Delich Bentley had already created the iconic image of one. She did it by fearlessly, and with skill and tenacity, working her

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Maryland transportation politics plays with people’s lives

A conception of the Inner Harbor station of the Red Line. By Michael Collins For MarylandReporter.com Gov. Hogan has received heavy criticism over his decision to cancel the Red Line light rail

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Sanders supporters make their voices heard

Bernie Berners walked out of the Democratic National Convention Tuesday before former President Bill Clinton spoke so elegantly about his wife, the first woman to be nominated by one

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would have seen when he stayed at Gatsby's Hotel. (Doug Christian)

Opinion: It’s in Democrats’ best interest to fight gerrymandering

By Eli Briody-Pavlik Originally published by MarylandReporter.com On the political spectrum, my views fall within an arm’s reach of Bernie Sanders’. I’m not a moderate. I’m a 20-year-old college kid who

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