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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 vacant former asylum that costs the State of […]

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

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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 vacant former asylum that costs the State of […]

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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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Trump takes his road show to Berlin where thousands cheer                         

Berlin, Maryland - Thousands of Trump supporters gathered inside the gymnasium at Stephen Decatur High School in Berlin, Maryland on Wednesday night to hear the GOP presidential front-runner speak.   Hundreds more

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Maryland school funding battles to begin in 2018

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Quietly and unanimously, with brief hearings and practically no news coverage, the Maryland General Assembly passed bills that will likely set up one of the most contentious

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 Hogan talks political persuasion at Towson University

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Jr., made a surprise visit to Towson University Tuesday to teach students enrolled in Dr. Richard Vatz’s political persuasion class. Vatz introduced Hogan to the 75 students, nearly

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Rascovar’s ‘inaccurate’ State Center story is a disservice to the public

By George Tyler Chief Financial Officer, State Center Development Team It is a sad day for journalism in Maryland when a columnist is able to write such a terribly inaccurate piece,

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Baltimore Mayoral debate: Pugh and Stokes edge Dixon

By Richard E. Vatz For MarylandReporter.com Tuesday night's debate for those running for mayor of Baltimore was the last lap; and no one took a home run swing, so the evening

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Clinton rally attracts state-wide attention in Maryland

Hillary Clinton took time off from her Democratic New York primary schedule to rally Maryland supporters during a quick visit to South Baltimore Sunday afternoon. About 1,500 people attended the

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Justice Reinvestment: Let’s get it right

By Caryn York Senior Policy Advocate, Job Opportunities Task Force After a long day of intense conference committee negotiations Saturday, Maryland's House and Senate -- recently at odds over key provisions

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Margaret Flowers plays long game in Maryland

“Let People Power Bloom!” Margaret Flowers is running for the Green Party nomination for Senate in Maryland, and her platform is as audacious as its slogan suggests. A revolutionized economy

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