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Maryland Senate passes $44.5B budget for fiscal 2019

Sen. Ed Kasemeyer at the podium makes his final budget presentation Wednesday morning. MarylandReporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Maryland Senate on Thursday unanimously passed the state’s $44.5 billion budget for fiscal 2019, just 2.2% higher than this year’s […]

Maryland Senate passes $44.5B budget for fiscal 2019

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Sen. Ed Kasemeyer at the podium makes his final budget presentation Wednesday morning. MarylandReporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The Maryland Senate on Thursday unanimously passed the state’s $44.5 billion budget for fiscal 2019, just 2.2% higher than this year’s […]

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House Republicans issue ultimatum to Vallario on sexual predator bill; he promises vote

House Judiciary Chairman Joseph Vallario speaks on the House floor. MarylandReporter.com photo by Glynis Kazanjian By Glynis Kazanjian For Maryland Reporter House Republican leaders on Tuesday vowed to circumvent a powerful House

Sex offender bill advances in Maryland Senate

From left, Dels. Vanessa Atterbeary, Cheryl Glenn and Ariana Kelly testify in House Judiciary Committee on bill to allow evidence of repeat sexual offenses. Screen shot of committee video. By

The ‘Peter Factor:’ Four more years of Franchot

We were so impressed with this analysis of the 30-year career and current political standing of Comptroller Peter Franchot by Adam Pangnucco in the Seventh State blog published Thursday

Hogan makes dent in disabilities waiting list, but help can take years

People with developmental disabilities and caregivers visited western Maryland delegates last week. ARC photo By Glynis Kazanjian For MarylandReporter.com The Hogan Administration is beginning to make a dent in a state waiting

Russia fears derail ‘simple bill’ on allowing foreign observers of Maryland elections

Sens. Cheryl Kagan and Robert Casilly debate a bill on international election observers on Feb. 14. Marylandreporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com A heightened fear of Russian meddling in American elections helped

Pharmacy Benefit Managers are advocates for quality, affordable prescription drugs

By Edmund J. Pezalla, M.D., MPH For MarylandReporter.com There is so much rancor and finger-pointing these days over prescription drug prices that consumers are often left to wonder: who is fighting

General Assembly Election Budget Secretary of aging touts Communities for Life program to enhance aging in place

House Speaker Michael Busch addresses United Seniors of Maryland meeting in Annapolis Wednesday. MarylandReporter.com photo By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Snow and bad travel conditions cut the attendance at the annual United Seniors

Anti-opioid initiatives focus of Annapolis attention

From right, House Speaker Michael Busch and Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh sponsored a summit Tuesday to discuss policy solutions for the opioid epidemic. The were joined by

Md. GOP ‘in great shape in 2018,’ Rep. Harris says

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Democratic talking points for next year’s election in Maryland are familiar from the speeches of its eight candidates running to replace Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. They paint

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