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  • New voting machines finally on horizon

    New voting machines finally on horizon
    In an era that increasingly relies on paperless technology, Maryland is about to revert to using old-fashioned pen and paper to elect its leaders.
  • O'Malley administration sets out path to fracking in Md.

    O'Malley administration sets out path to fracking in Md.
    Capping more than three years of study, the O'Malley administration declared Tuesday that hydraulic fracturing for natural gas can be done safely in Western Maryland, but only after regulations are tightened to reduce air and water pollution and protect...

    Looking Out: LGBT advocates say robocall ugliest incident of mixed election

    Looking Out: LGBT advocates say robocall ugliest incident of mixed election
    Advocates for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Maryland say they see Tuesday's elections as a mixed bag -- some good, some bad and some ugly. Among the ugliest, according to advocates, was a disingenuous robocall sent last week to...

    Brown's negative ads, stand-offish attitude ultimately did him in

    Brown's negative ads, stand-offish attitude ultimately did him in
    As a registered independent and open to persuasion, Anthony Brown lost me months ago when he opted to send an empty podium to a primary debate. It was apparent to me (and obviously very clear to him) that as the front-runner he had nothing to gain and...

    Why Hogan won

    Why Hogan won
    Republican Larry Hogan's victory in Maryland's governor's race was a stunning political upset. The businessman ran a strong campaign that was focused almost entirely on taxes and the economy. He avoided potentially divisive issues and presented himself as...