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Barry Rascovar’s fiction about Larry Hogan

By Rick Williams For MarylandReporter.com I’m sick and tired of Barry Rascovar tearing down Gov. Hogan on MarylandReporter.com. Last week’s column was the last straw. “He’s at it again,” says Rascovar. It’s Rascovar that’s at it again, not Hogan. Talk […]

Barry Rascovar’s fiction about Larry Hogan

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By Rick Williams For MarylandReporter.com I’m sick and tired of Barry Rascovar tearing down Gov. Hogan on MarylandReporter.com. Last week’s column was the last straw. “He’s at it again,” says Rascovar. It’s Rascovar that’s at it again, not Hogan. Talk […]

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Joe Getty gets bipartisan praise

Joe Getty's three daughters help him put on his new judicial robes at the rostrum of the House of Delegates chamber. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Gov. Larry Hogan swore in his chief

Hogan signed 621 bills; vetoed 5

At the May 10 bill signing, Senate President Mike Miller, Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael Busch. Photo by Governor's Office. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com With the media's typical focus on

Larry Hogan’s report card: How would you grade him?

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Five vetoes and two major appointments in the past week tell us a great deal about Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr. – some good, some not

Maryland elections and lessons learned

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com A number of thoughts while celebrating the contributions of the men and women who served or serve in our nation’s military: Baltimore City’s elections on May 27

Bobby Neall takes on the tough jobs

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com They never seem to give Bobby Neall easy assignments. Now Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr. wants the former Anne Arundel County Executive, former state senator and former

Hogan does an about face on open space funds

By Greg Kline For MarylandReporter.com With all the negativity and hyperbole going on in national politics these days it is easy for an important development in Maryland government to be ignored

Maryland school funding battles to begin in 2018

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Quietly and unanimously, with brief hearings and practically no news coverage, the Maryland General Assembly passed bills that will likely set up one of the most contentious

 Hogan talks political persuasion at Towson University

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Jr., made a surprise visit to Towson University Tuesday to teach students enrolled in Dr. Richard Vatz’s political persuasion class. Vatz introduced Hogan to the 75 students, nearly

Maryland Bills: Winners and losers

Members of House Environment and Transportation hold a quick meeting Monday night in the lobby of the State House. By Len Lazarick and Alessia Grunberger For MarylandReporter.com There were 2,817 bills introduced

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