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Hearing on school-construction funding highlights desperate state of some schools

@Bryan Renbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com County and city leaders highlighted the desperate state of some of the schools in their communities to a panel of Maryland lawmakers on Thursday. Their testimony was in support of legislation that would provide more than $2 billion over […]

Hearing on school-construction funding highlights desperate state of some schools

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@Bryan Renbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com County and city leaders highlighted the desperate state of some of the schools in their communities to a panel of Maryland lawmakers on Thursday. Their testimony was in support of legislation that would provide more than $2 billion over […]

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Bipartisan support for Maryland businesses on full display at Chamber event

@Bryan Renbaum bryan@marylandreporter.comBipartisan support for Maryland’s business community was on full display Wednesday in Annapolis at a conference hosted by the Maryland Chamber of Commerce where lawmakers and members of

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Colin Quinn on the Most Honest People in the US

Stand-up comedian Colin Quinn believes that everyone in politics thinks they’re right, as in correct, right now. That’s one of the reasons why he wants to be on—and what

Sponsors of vetoed Dream Act bill defend their legislation

@Bryan Renbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com The House and Senate sponsors of vetoed legislation that would provide tuition exemptions for certain undocumented immigrants in Maryland say the bill seeks to clarify existing law rather

Maryland ranks better than most states in race relations, study finds

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Race relations are better in Maryland than in most states, according to a recent study by WalletHub. The study found that Maryland ranks 9th in racial integration and 11th among states

Twitter’s policy toward ‘pedophiles’ is key in crime prevention

The letter supporting a Twitter policy toward those attracted to prepubescent and pubescent kids was about two years in the making notes, Dr. James Cantor, a world-renowned scientist, and

Del. Cardin: Bill would end competitive elections for Circuit Court judges

@Bryan Renbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com A bill introduced by Del. Jon Cardin, D-Baltimore County, that is scheduled for a hearing next month would provide for retention elections for Circuit Court judges and increase

George Young was a Baltimore Hall of Famer off the field before he became a Giant on the field

BALTIMORE – New Yorkers are cheering George Young’s entrance into the pro football Hall of Fame. As general manager, he guided their Giants to some wonderful years. But New

Letter to the Editor: Astros cheated baseball; Orioles cheated their fans

Recently, Major League Baseball penalized the Astro's with a loss of draft picks, with fines, and banned two senior executives for a year as punishment for cheating during the

Hogan proposes more than $1 billion in tax relief for retirees

@BryanRenbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday proposed more than $1 billion in tax cuts for Maryland retirees. “Today we’re taking a major step forward in those efforts by introducing the Retirement

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