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Fighting with legislature over Maryland’s future a priority for Hogan’s second term

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The fifth annual speech to Maryland Business for Responsive Government was billed as a chance for Gov. Larry Hogan to lay out his “second-term priorities” on fighting crime, improving education and fixing traffic problems. But the […]

Fighting with legislature over Maryland’s future a priority for Hogan’s second term

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By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The fifth annual speech to Maryland Business for Responsive Government was billed as a chance for Gov. Larry Hogan to lay out his “second-term priorities” on fighting crime, improving education and fixing traffic problems. But the […]

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Hogan running for president was all talk

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com I never believed Gov. Larry Hogan would challenge President Trump for president. I also had a hard time understanding why so many media types – local and

Democrats fear a debate about the end of the world will put viewers asleep

BALTIMORE – As everybody knows, the Democrats are a little reluctant to hold impeachment hearings on President Donald Trump, no matter his outrageous behavior or his insufferable language. They’re

Baltimore, MD - Michael Gerlach of Catonsville begins a 25 story decent down the side of 100 N. Charles Street on Friday June 14, 2019 during the 10th Annual Rappel for Kidney Health event. Gerlach is Executive Producer and Host of ÒInsight on DisabilityÓ radio show on WCBM talk radio AM 680. This is his fifth year going over the edge for the Rappel for Kidney Health event.

Rappelling event raises money, awareness for kidney health

Michael Gerlach of Catonsville begins a 25 story decent down the side of 100 N. Charles Street. Gerlach is Executive Producer and Host of Insight on Disability on WCBM

Carbon Monoxide: Deadly killer on the loose

Carbon monoxide, the stubborn stalker A month ago, the public in the Netherlands was shocked by the news that a 27-year-old male student from The Hague was arrested in a

Pelosi slams Trump for saying he might accept foreign opposition research

WASHINGTON – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed President Donald Trump for saying in a recent interview that he would be receptive to candidate opposition research gathered by foreign actors. “It’s a

Have pollsters underestimated Sen. Kamala Harris?

This story is the first installment in a series that will profile all prominent Democratic presidential candidates.  WASHINGTON — Sen. Kamala Harris of California may be a long shot to win the

John Dean calls on McGahn to testify before Congress

WASHINGTON – The attorney who served as White House counsel to then-President Richard Nixon is calling on President Donald Trump’s former White House Counsel, Don McGahn II, to testify before

‘The Secret Life of Pets 2’: A disjointed plot sends the film to the dogs

2 out of 4 stars The biggest problem with “The Secret Life of Pets 2” is its name. It’s misleading — it should be called “The Secret Life of Pets 2

Who killed my daughter?

LAS VEGAS — Thursday, October 27, 2016. The time was 12:30 p.m. The calls happened in rapid succession. Each call quickly escalating from fear and panic, to shock and

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