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$19M spent to lobby legislature; Evans stays on top for session; Perry and firm led 12-month figure

Hayley Evans, Gov. Larry Hogan and Gerry Evans. From Evans Facebook page. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Gerry Evans was again the top grossing lobbyist during this year’s General Assembly session, billing close to $2 million. He got a significant boost […]

Hayley Evans, Gov. Larry Hogan and Gerry Evans. From Evans Facebook page

$19M spent to lobby legislature; Evans stays on top for session; Perry and firm led 12-month figure

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Hayley Evans, Gov. Larry Hogan and Gerry Evans. From Evans Facebook page. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Gerry Evans was again the top grossing lobbyist during this year’s General Assembly session, billing close to $2 million. He got a significant boost […]

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Testing commission wraps up, asking local school systems to finish the work

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Anyone hoping the state commission on school testing would substantially reduce the amount of standardized testing in public schools already knew that was not going to happen. But

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Maryland E-ZPass transponder replacing is not so easy

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Now that Gov. Hogan announced a new customer service initiative on Thursday, a good place to start might be with E-ZPass toll system and making it easier

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Donald Trump not on the menu in Howard County

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com At the annual Howard County GOP's Lincoln Day dinner Friday night, with speeches from the lieutenant governor, the county executive, the county chair, a veteran delegate

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Bond-rating firm differs with Treasurer Kopp over Purple Line debt

By Charlie Hayward One of three national bond rating agencies, S&P Global Ratings, cited important differences with State Treasurer Nancy Kopp about how Purple Line debt is recognized in its

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Dispatches from DelFest: I, II, III, IV (Updated)

Welcome to Dispatches from DelFest, a running blog of short features and pictures produced by Chris and Costa Swanson, who are spending four days partying in Western Maryland. Please check back

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Purple Line Divided: $5.6 billion light rail moving forward

This is the first part in the series "Purple Line Divided" by the Capital News Service. The $5.6 billion Purple Line light rail project is moving ahead, but not

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What’s wrong with Baltimore?

By Bob Ehrlich and Jim Pettit For MarylandReporter.com . Over a year has passed since Baltimore erupted in violent protests following the death of Freddie Gray, and predictably, the respective political parties

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Maryland’s mental hospitals cost the state millions of dollars annually

By Rachel Bluth Capital News Service Six miles outside of Annapolis lie the decaying bones of a dinosaur. They don’t belong to a prehistoric animal, but to Crownsville Hospital Center, a mostly

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Trump wows boisterous Hagerstown rally; thousands turned away

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com I drove 80 miles to see Donald Trump at the Hagerstown airport Sunday, and all I didn't get was a lousy T-shirt. There were plenty of

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