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  • GOP's McWaters: Bring back Virginia's Obamacare money

    State Sen. Jeff McWaters dropped an eyebrow raiser Tuesday during a John Fredericks Show interview. Fredericks asked what's next for the Republican Senate caucus now that it has narrow control of the chamber. "... we have a focus on jobs. We have a...
  • Big money bought another election

    Big money bought another election
    Remember Bush vs. Gore? They've done it again with Citizens United allowing undisclosed tainted money from the fat cats to buy elections under the guise of free speech. Their secret money lets them run scurrilous attack ads with impunity. Charlie Crist...
  • Schools suing Pa. Department of Education over funding

    Saying Pennsylvania's new academic standards have given them legal might, six school districts and seven parents are suing the state Department of Education and state officials over what they claim is an "irrational school-funding system." The schools,...
  • Baltimore City Council moves to ban plastic bags

    Baltimore City Council moves to ban plastic bags
    Baltimore's City Council moved to ban plastic bags handed out by grocery stores and big-box retailers Monday after dumping a proposal to charge a 5-cent fee for the bags to discourage their use. The proposed ban would make Baltimore one of the first...
  • Why on Earth would Larry Hogan listen to The Sun?

    Why on Earth would Larry Hogan listen to The Sun?
    With all due respect, Governor-elect Larry Hogan doesn't need The Sun's disingenuous advice on how and in what order to perform his duties as Governor of Maryland! ("Hogan's to-do list," Nov. 9) I seriously doubt The Sun would have been "instructing" Lt....
  • Hogan plans 'thank you tour'

    Hogan plans 'thank you tour'
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan will begin a statewide "thank you tour" Tuesday with a Veterans Day parade in St. Mary's County, his campaign announced. Hogan, the first Republican elected statewide since 2002, has not made a public appearance since the day...
  • LGBT Floridians hope for progress despite election losses

    LGBT Floridians hope for progress despite election losses
    The 2014 election wasn't a good one for Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. LGBT organizations supported Democrats Charlie Crist for governor and George Sheldon for attorney general, but both lost. So did state Rep. Joe Saunders,...
  • Lady Lake church that rebuilt after tornado planning large multipurpose building

    Lady Lake church that rebuilt after tornado planning large multipurpose building
    LADY LAKE — Lady Lake Church of God was decimated by tornadoes that struck the area in February 2007, but the congregation regrouped and two years later dedicated a new modern $2.1 million sanctuary off U.S. Highway 27-441. Now, the church,...
  • Early look at potential 2016 presidential candidates, as seen by the opposing party

     Early look at potential 2016 presidential candidates, as seen by the opposing party
    Americans must immediately turn their attention to the 2016 presidential election, because time is meaningless, two years is a mere 730 days and it's not like we have much else going on anyway. So focus in, people. This is important stuff. As we...
  • Race had a role in Hogan's win

    Race had a role in Hogan's win
    Larry Hogan's 5-point defeat of Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown last week in the Maryland governor's race was overshadowed by national electoral developments, notably the Republicans' recapture of the U.S. Senate majority they lost in 2006. But what a win....
  • Voters had good reason to approve Amendment 1

    Voters had good reason to approve Amendment 1
          There were three proposed constitutional amendments on the Florida ballot. Voters were discerning. One was rejected. A second came just short of approval. The third – Amendment 1 – was overwhelmingly approved. More than 4.2...