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  • Political polarization discussed at McDaniel lecture

    Political polarization discussed at McDaniel lecture
    The growing partisan divide in American politics was on the mind of McDaniel College students who attended a lecture with U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin, a Maryland Democrat, on Wednesday afternoon.
  • What to expect in Annapolis this week

    What to expect in Annapolis this week
    The Maryland Senate and House of Delegates are expected to conference this week on the one thing they are required to do by the Maryland Constitution — pass a balanced budget. Budget conferences are sometimes dramatic, sometimes not. It depends on...

    Senate panel rejects gas tax cut, other Hogan proposals

    Senate panel rejects gas tax cut, other Hogan proposals
    A Senate committee cut a swath through Gov. Larry Hogan's first-year legislative agenda Friday as it said no to several of his flagship initiatives, including a halt to increases in the gas tax. In a voting session that lasted less than an hour, the...

    Despite deadline, no details of Hogan's 2 percent spending cuts

    Despite deadline, no details of Hogan's 2 percent spending cuts
    The Hogan administration still isn't tipping its hand how it intends to trim spending by 2 percent in every agency next year, despite a request for details from heads of the General Assembly's budget committees. David R. Brinkley, secretary of budget...

    Lawmakers weigh pension shift to free up funds

    Lawmakers weigh pension shift to free up funds
    The General Assembly's budget committees are weighing a proposal to cut payments to the state employee pension system, a move that would free up as much as $60 million that Democratic lawmakers would like to redirect to education and other programs. But...