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Gov. Larry Hogan is fighting cancer

Gov. Larry Hogan announces his cancer diagnosis and treatment with wife Yumi and family members at his side, and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford on far right. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com For weeks, we’ve been anticipating a major announcement from Gov. […]

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Gov. Larry Hogan is fighting cancer

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Gov. Larry Hogan announces his cancer diagnosis and treatment with wife Yumi and family members at his side, and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford on far right. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com For weeks, we’ve been anticipating a major announcement from Gov. […]

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Maryland is open for business? Really? Hogan, tell that to the unemployed

Gov. Larry Hogan and former and current economic development secretaries and staff. From left: Jim Brady,  Aris Melissaratos, Hogan, Mike Gill. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Larry Hogan, Jr. was elected governor

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Utilities spread ‘smart meters,’ but some homeowners hold out

Photo above of a PEPCO smart meter. Courtesy of Pepco Holdings Inc. by Rick Giammaria By Nate Rabner Capital News Service In August 2010, Baltimore Gas and Electric received permission from the Maryland

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Hogan can be hero or goat on building rail lines

Illustration above: The Red Line trains come above ground again at Boston Street in East Baltimore By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Decision time is nearing on the future of Baltimore’s planned Red

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Phosphorus is not ‘pouring’ into the Chesapeake Bay from farm fields

A tractor applies liquid manure to farm field (By chesbayprogram with Flickr Creative Commons License) By Chuck Fry President, Maryland Farm Bureau The Chesapeake Bay is a natural treasure every Maryland citizen

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Maryland legislators call for more diversity, standardized training for police

Law enforcement was heavily represented at the first meeting of the Public Safety and Policing Workgroup Monday. By Glynis Kazanjian Glynis@MarylandReporter.com Lawmakers charged with making policy recommendations following the police custody death

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Maryland Election Board Vice Chair David McManus calls for more openness about campaign finance investigations

By Glynis Kazanjian Glynis@MarylandReporter.com The ranking Republican on the Maryland State Board of Elections is calling for more transparency when staff investigates campaign finance violations that have the potential to be

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Why did it take Maryland decades to end overuse of chicken manure?

The Chesapeake Bay just got an important “win,” with Maryland’s agreement to end the spreading of poultry manure across sections of its Eastern Shore. Everyone should be happy about that.

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Martin O’Malley’s Presidential Dreamin’

Caricature above by DonkeyHotey with Flickr Creative Commons License By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com What a surprise. . . . Martin O’Malley is running for president. It’s now official but it hardly was a

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President O’Malley: No laughing matter

Martin O’Malley announces Saturday on Federal Hill. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Imagine the citizens of Arkansas in 1991, particularly the statehouse denizens in Little Rock, when they talked about Gov. Bill Clinton

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