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New Maryland laws take place Saturday

By Capital News Service and MarylandReporter.com This Saturday, many of the laws passed during this year’s General Assembly session go into effect. Some key new laws Oct. 1 include measures to: require ignition interlocks for drunk driving and increase penalties […]

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New Maryland laws take place Saturday

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By Capital News Service and MarylandReporter.com This Saturday, many of the laws passed during this year’s General Assembly session go into effect. Some key new laws Oct. 1 include measures to: require ignition interlocks for drunk driving and increase penalties […]

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State revenue estimates are down $783 million over the next two years

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Maryland tax revenues are expected to be down $365 million this fiscal year and another $418 million in fiscal 2018, a $783 million drop in what the

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From Freedom House to Freddie Gray: Maryland well-represented in new African-American museum By Capital News Service

By Mina Haq Capital News Service Although the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture opens Saturday in the heart of Washington, the state of Maryland from which

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Shopping and retailing at the heart of the Columbia Plan: Part 3

This is the third part in a series of 12 monthly essays over the next year leading up to Columbia’s 50th birthday celebration next June. It ran first in

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Scott Walker right at home with Maryland union protests

Some of the union demonstrators against Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker at Michael's Eighth Avenue in Glen Burnie. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker felt right at a home in

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Larry Hogan’s popularity stops with this column

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com As Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr., starts packing for the friendship/business-development trip to Israel that every Maryland chief executive takes, he can gloat about his crafty propaganda

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Bay Bridge No. 3 and the unfunded costs

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com It was ironic that news of Jerry Wolff’s death this past week coincided with the splashy announcement from Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr. of a $5 million

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School starts after labor day?

The governor's office put out this unusual direct response to criticism found in news stories of Gov. Larry Hogan's order to begin the school year in 2017 after Labor

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Maryland Budget: Let local dollars reflect our community values

By Melissa Ann Ehrenreich For MarylandReporter.com My husband and I have carted our kids to every democratic experience we can think of — protest marches, polling places, town halls, city council

People wait to testify on bill eliminating the subminimum wage in segregated workshops. Ken Capone, left foreground, at hearing on subminimum wage Feb. 10.

People with disabilities lives matter

People wait to testify on bill eliminating the subminimum wage in segregated workshops. Ken Capone, left foreground, at hearing on subminimum wage Feb. 10. By Eric Luedtke For MarylandReporter.com Last fall, Donald

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