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Howard Street Tunnel: Hogan tries, congressional delegation fails

By Richard J. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com If shippers can’t get their cargo in or out of a seaport quickly, what happens?   They route their cargo to a more efficient port and take jobs with them.  If you grasp this concept, […]

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Howard Street Tunnel: Hogan tries, congressional delegation fails

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By Richard J. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com If shippers can’t get their cargo in or out of a seaport quickly, what happens?   They route their cargo to a more efficient port and take jobs with them.  If you grasp this concept, […]

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Hogan sounds off about session and Democrats

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Five years ago, I sat in a small conference room with a local real estate entrepreneur discussing his new organization with the unlikely mission to "Change Maryland"

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Hogan cedes power to the legislature

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com It’s been an unusually contentious 90-day Maryland General Assembly session. The Republican governor and Democratic legislature are pulling in starkly different directions. Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr. has

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Hogan’s bipartisan success – a lesson for Democrats

Senate President Mike Miller, Gov. Larry Hogan House Speaker Michael Busch. By Greg Kline For MarylandReporter.com The passage of the fiscal 2017 budget by the Maryland General Assembly is without question an

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GOP senators try to hem in ‘wow’ package for Baltimore

By Bryan Renbaum For MarylandReporter.com Republican senators tried to put the brakes on a series of Democrat-sponsored mandated spending bills, dubbed the “Wow” bills by Senate President Mike Miller, designed to

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Mike Miller proposes later retirement age for judges

Senate President Mike Miller testifying in Annapolis. By Bryan Renbaum For MarylandReporter.com Senate President Mike Miller is proposing legislation to boost the mandatory retirement age of Maryland judges from 70 to 73. He

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Hogan’s conciliatory words demand conciliatory actions

Senate President Mike Miller, Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael Busch. Photo by Governor's Office By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Though lacking flair and imagination, Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr.’s second State

Sen. Richard Madaleno argues on the Senate floor for an override of the governor's veto on an Internet hotel tax. Capital News Service Photo by Josh Magness.

Maryland lawmakers override 5 of Hogan’s vetoes; Senate delays on felon voting rights

Sen. Richard Madaleno argues on the Senate floor for an override of the governor's veto on an Internet hotel tax. Capital News Service Photo by Josh Magness. By Rachel Bluth  Capital

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Mike Miller begins 30th year as Senate president; veto overrides postponed

Senate President Pro Tem Nathaniel McFadden swears in Mike Miller as Senate President, his 30th year in the job. Photo by MarylandReporter.com By Rachel Bluth Capital News Service Amid a sea of

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Maryland legislature drafting 1,200 bills

This year's 90-day legislative session is set to get off to a faster start when it begins Jan. 13 with over 1,200 bills already being drafted for introduction. The opening

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