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Voters still love Hogan but will it last?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A majority of Maryland voters like Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and the job he’s doing, but “despite these typically reliable indicators of an incumbent’s political strength, Hogan’s party affiliation makes his re-election far from certain,” says […]

Voters still love Hogan but will it last?

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A majority of Maryland voters like Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and the job he’s doing, but “despite these typically reliable indicators of an incumbent’s political strength, Hogan’s party affiliation makes his re-election far from certain,” says […]

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Maryand Department of Health gets ‘unsatisfactory’ grade from auditors

By Charlie Hayward For MarylandReporter.com State auditors found “unsatisfactory” accountability and compliance levels within the highest management echelons of the Department of Health, the state’s largest agency. The auditors’ “unsatisfactory” designation is

Delegate challenges Rascovar on school choice, funding

By Delegate Trent Kittleman For MarylandReporter.com In his recent column, Barry Rascovar berates Gov. Hogan for his position on education reforms.  He charges that Hogan: “wants to replace weak-performing schools with

Redmer vs. McDonough: GOP establishment versus the Trump insurgency

Candidate Al Redmer waves at his announcement with Gov. Larry Hogan and former delegate Jim Ports. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com In the GOP race for Baltimore County executive, it’s the Republican establishment

Rascovar’s State Center column was misleading

By Jim Peiffer For MarylandReporter.com Barry Rascovar’s column about State Center is very misleading.  The stakes are high and clarity on details surrounding this project is very important –– particularly as

Hogan strong arms his own state school board

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com In one of the oddest situations Annapolis has seen in recent times, Gov. Larry Hogan is trying to sabotage his own school board. That’s right. A state school board made up almost exclusively of

Episcopal Bishop Eugene Sutton Champions the Cause of the “Dreamers”

A spirited rally was held on the afternoon of September 13, 2017, in Bishop’s Park, Baltimore, Maryland. A crowd of about 150 were present. The park is located at

Standstill at State Center

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Here we go again. Every so often, the prospective developer of the long-stalled State Center re-do in Baltimore stirs the waters and agitates community groups to denounce Gov. Larry Hogan

Maryland’s best hideaway places: Port Deposit, Conowingo Dam & the Susquehanna River

It’s one of my favorite, small Maryland towns - Port Deposit. It sits on the upper bank of the Susquehanna River between the Conowingo Dam and I-95. It lies

Labor Day offers little to celebrate this year

Today is Labor Day, when Americans across the country celebrate — or mourn — the end of summer. The end of summer doesn’t really arrive until September 22 when

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