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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 of the major political parties to be president of the United […]

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Sanders supporters make their voices heard

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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 of the major political parties to be president of the United […]

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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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Trump deserves your vote: Kittleman

Trent Kittleman is considered one of the more moderate Republicans in the legislature, so when she said she was enthusiastically supporting Donald Trump for president, Maryland Reporter asked her

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Maryland wants ‘Donald Trump all the way’

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com This is a big week for Republicans – their quadrennial national convention in Cleveland. For Maryland’s conventioneers, it’s “Donald Trump All the Way.” Nary a discouraging

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Columbia: How the ‘garden for growing people’ got planted and grew

This is the first of 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

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Jim Keat, champion of open government and a journalist’s best friend

Jim Keat in his early days at the Sun and after his retirement. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Every Maryland journalist who has filed a freedom of information request or challenged efforts

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Barry Rascovar’s fiction about Larry Hogan

By Rick Williams For MarylandReporter.com I'm sick and tired of Barry Rascovar tearing down Gov. Hogan on MarylandReporter.com. Last week's column was the last straw. "He's at it again," says Rascovar. It's

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Is Maryland building ‘Cadillacs or Buicks’ for its new public schools?

The new Rolling Knolls Elementary School in Annapolis. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com When it comes to new public schools, "are we building Cadillacs or are we building Buicks?" was the question David

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Maryland child care workers criminal backgrounds check lacking

By Meg Tully For MarylandReporter.com The State Department of Education hasn’t been doing enough to make sure Maryland child care workers have the required criminal background checks, and sometimes missed following

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Maryland Education Department failed to return $12M to feds

By Meg Tully For MarylandReporter.com The Maryland State Department of Education kept more than $12 million of federal reimbursements for its own programs rather than return it to the state as

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