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Md. GOP ‘in great shape in 2018,’ Rep. Harris says

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Democratic talking points for next year’s election in Maryland are familiar from the speeches of its eight candidates running to replace Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. They paint him as a do-nothing that refuses to stand up […]

Md. GOP ‘in great shape in 2018,’ Rep. Harris says

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Democratic talking points for next year’s election in Maryland are familiar from the speeches of its eight candidates running to replace Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. They paint him as a do-nothing that refuses to stand up […]

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Is sports betting set for a return in Maryland in 2018?

The potential consideration of sports betting at Maryland’s General Assembly, in 2018, is currently big news amongst the state's casino community. Amongst this community, sports betting in Maryland is

Maryland lawmakers weigh integrating services to break poverty cycle

By Jess Feldman Capital News Service  To end multi-generational poverty, state and local agencies should integrate services such as early childhood development, temporary cash assistance and mental health programming, a governor-mandated

Maryland targeted by Russia ads during presidential election

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., chairs Senate Intelligence Hearing Wednesday. From committee video By Changez Ali and J.F. Meils Capital News Service WASHINGTON – Heavily Democratic Maryland was one of the three states

Wrong on school funding, showing the folly of predictions

The first day of school at Arbutus Elementary School with the governor and other officials leading a cheer. Governor's Office photo. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com I am often asked for predictions about

Van Hollen urges Trump to sign bill creating commission to honor Frederick Douglass

WASHINGTON- Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) on Thursday urged President Donald Trump to sign legislation that would establish a commission to honor the legendary Maryland slave turned-aboltionist Frederick Douglass. “Now more

Voters still love Hogan but will it last?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A majority of Maryland voters like Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and the job he’s doing, but “despite these typically reliable indicators of an incumbent’s political strength, Hogan’s

Maryand Department of Health gets ‘unsatisfactory’ grade from auditors

By Charlie Hayward For MarylandReporter.com State auditors found “unsatisfactory” accountability and compliance levels within the highest management echelons of the Department of Health, the state’s largest agency. The auditors’ “unsatisfactory” designation is

Delegate challenges Rascovar on school choice, funding

By Delegate Trent Kittleman For MarylandReporter.com In his recent column, Barry Rascovar berates Gov. Hogan for his position on education reforms.  He charges that Hogan: “wants to replace weak-performing schools with

Redmer vs. McDonough: GOP establishment versus the Trump insurgency

Candidate Al Redmer waves at his announcement with Gov. Larry Hogan and former delegate Jim Ports. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com In the GOP race for Baltimore County executive, it’s the Republican establishment

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