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  • Hogan's new transportation chief pledges open mind on rail lines

    Hogan's new transportation chief pledges open mind on rail lines
    Maryland's new transportation chief promised senators Wednesday that he will keep an open mind as he considers whether the state should go ahead with two major light rail projects, including Baltimore's Red Line.
  • 191,000 get insurance on state exchange

    191,000 get insurance on state exchange
    Maryland health exchange officials told the Senate Finance Committee of the General Assembly Wednesday that 191,000 people had signed up for public and private insurance during open enrollment, which lasts until Feb. 15. The exchange, created under...

    Mayor says cuts in education aid would hurt Baltimore

    Mayor says cuts in education aid would hurt Baltimore
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake told legislators Tuesday that proposed cuts in state education aid would harm the city and its schools, though she stopped short of saying they would lead to layoffs. The mayor went to Annapolis to argue that $35 million...

    Hogan misses Republican dad's lesson on pollution

    Hogan misses Republican dad's lesson on pollution
    Early in his inaugural address last week, Maryland's new Republican governor invoked his father, Lawrence J. Hogan Sr., and the lesson the one-time congressman taught his son about "putting aside partisanship in order to do the right thing." A member of...

    Del. McDonough seeks to restore death penalty in some cases

    Del. McDonough seeks to restore death penalty in some cases
    Calling it a first step toward fully restoring the death penalty in Maryland, Del. Pat McDonough said he plans to introduce a bill that would mandate capital punishment for anyone convicted of killing a police or correctional officer, a firefighter or...