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  • Malloy Stayed True To His Party, And Won

    Malloy Stayed True To His Party, And Won
    When my dad was drafted in World War II, he was sent 1,500 miles from his home in the Bronx to basic training at Fort Sill in Oklahoma. To make life a little easier, married soldiers were allowed to live off the base. So my mom, originally from Brooklyn,...
  • George W. Bush makes case for brother Jeb to run for president in 2016

    George W. Bush makes case for brother Jeb to run for president in 2016
    Former Republican President George W. Bush said in an interview that aired Sunday that there was a "50-50" chance his younger brother, Jeb, would run for president in 2016. "He's wrestling with the decision," the former president said on CBS' "Face...
  • Republicans now have great opportunity to lead

    Republicans now have great opportunity to lead
    Republicans should look at Tuesday's results not as a historic victory but as a historic opportunity to repair the party's damaged brand and to flip the script by turning President Obama and the Democrats into the "party of no." Oh, it was definitely...
  • Nov. 10 Letters: Improving U.S., 60 votes in Senate, liquor markups

    After the recent resounding defeat of one party and the affirmation of the other, there is always a great hue and cry from various pundits who speak and write either with great exaltation or great angst. The fact is, Americans decided where the country is...
  • California businesses benefit from election day outcomes

    All kinds of California businesses, large and small, won at the polls Tuesday and are hoping for a big payoff. Businesses as varied as strawberry growers, beer brewers and oil refiners — all heavy water users — stand to benefit from voter...
  • Land watchdog, arts center and medical marijuana: Letters

    Land watchdog, arts center and medical marijuana: Letters
    Land watchdog missed In May 2011, the Florida Legislature, spearheaded by Gov. Rick Scott, dealt a death blow to the sole state agency charged with reining in irresponsible development. The ink was hardly dry on Scott's oath of office as governor when...
  • Don't lose state's momentum treating heroin

    Don't lose state's momentum treating heroin
    Once largely relegated to Baltimore City, heroin use and its related adverse consequences are spreading to every part of the state, and an increasing number of Maryland's citizens are dying of heroin overdoses. This shift reflects national trends...
  • $12.5 billion in tax breaks looking safe in Virginia

    $12.5 billion in tax breaks looking safe in Virginia
    A legislative review of tax breaks sprinkled throughout Virginia law is inching along with little prospect of ending any of these breaks any time soon. Gov. Terry McAuliffe may get into the game later this year as he crafts a new budget proposal, but...
  • Groups competing for Hogan's attention

    Groups competing for Hogan's attention
    With Maryland's long campaign for governor now over, the unexpected election of Republican businessman Larry Hogan has given rise to an intense new campaign now just beginning: the jockeying among advocates and interest groups for attention, jobs and...
  • Anatomy Of A Flawed Election

    Anatomy Of A Flawed Election
    At 4 a.m. on Election Day, a bleary-eyed group of poll workers walked into the Hartford town and city clerk's office to check the last of more than 1,200 absentee voters off the voter registration lists. The task was routine; the time and day...
  • Scott Walker says 'governors make much better presidents,' leaves door open

    Scott Walker says 'governors make much better presidents,' leaves door open
    Gov. Scott Walker, in an appearance Sunday morning on NBC's "Meet the Press," said a Republican governor would make an ideal presidential nominee -- and suggested he may end up getting into the race. Walker, who defeated Democrat Mary Burke on Tuesday...