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$725 million in new Kirwan school funding passes Senate, House committees

Senate education committee chair Paul Pinsky holds up the Kirwan Commission report during floor discussion of the bill in the Senate Tuesday. Pinsky was also a member of the commission. MarylandReporter.com photo by Glynis Kazanjian. By Diane Rey For Maryland […]

$725 million in new Kirwan school funding passes Senate, House committees

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Senate education committee chair Paul Pinsky holds up the Kirwan Commission report during floor discussion of the bill in the Senate Tuesday. Pinsky was also a member of the commission. MarylandReporter.com photo by Glynis Kazanjian. By Diane Rey For Maryland […]

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School construction funding stalled in the Maryland Senate

Dundalk High School under construction (2013 Photo by sugar gliding on Flickr) By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Time is ticking down on the largest school construction bill in Maryland history. With just

Bob Bauman remembers publisher Ralph Hostetter

Here’s a remembrance of former newspaper publisher Ralph Hostetter penned by former Eastern Shore Congressman Bob Bauman, a regular reader, and supporter of MarylandReporter.com. Hostetter was “old school” as

Maryland’s $15 minimum wage raises hard issues left out of debate

By Richard D. Douglas For MarylandReporter.com Here is a question for the Maryland General Assembly: Will Maryland’s higher minimum wage also create pressure to increase Davis-Bacon and other regional wage schedules? How

32-15 was the number to play as legislature overrides vetoes

By Len Lazarick and Diane Rey For MarylandReporter.com The Pick Four number to play Thursday in the legislative lottery was 32-15. In three successive party line votes in the Maryland Senate, that

End-of-life Option Act dies in Maryland Senate

In initial debate Tuesday on the End-of-Life Option Act, Senate Judicial Proceedings Chair Bobby Zirkin, far left, answers questions about the bill, as its lead sponsor, Sen. Will Smith,

Prescription Drug Affordability Board advances in Maryland House

By Thomas Hawk with Flickr Creative Commons License By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Maryland delegates are pushing back against high prescription drug costs, but their proposal stops short of setting drug

Mess at UMMS—Part II: Legislative action must be stronger than HB 1428

This is the second of two parts by career government auditor Charlie Hayward addressing the “Mess at UMMS,” and the legislative reaction to it. The University of Maryland Medical System

Bossie right on the money with Mueller report outcome, impeachment

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com David Bossie, deputy campaign manager for Donald Trump in 2016 and now Republican national committeeman for Maryland, made a number of predictions at the Howard County Lincoln

Numerous red flags in University of Maryland Medical System contracting with board members’ firms

In this first installment of a two-part series, contributor Charlie Hayward, a career government auditor, describes the numerous red flags uncovered to date at the University of Maryland Medical

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