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  • Dogs at restaurants and the commenters who HATE them

     
    Here is Jill Rosen's story about a bill making its way through the Maryland General Assembly bill that would allow dogs to hang out at restaurants -- on patios, sidewalks -- not inside. There's a (sporadically enforced) law against having...
  • An open letter to Gov. Hogan

    Dear Gov. Hogan: I met you just once when you were on the campaign trail last summer, so I won't pretend that I know you very well. But, like many other Marylanders, I couldn't help but feel deeply saddened by your announcement earlier this week that...

    Our electoral structure not only shuts out third parties; it shuts out women

    Our electoral structure not only shuts out third parties; it shuts out women
    During lectures and public appearances, I'm sometimes asked why Libertarians and other third-party movements make ample noise yet never win a sufficient number of elected offices in the United States to at least rattle the cages of the Democrats and...

    Hogan sticks to 'tax-cut mantra' at expense of other areas of need

    Maryland's Republican governor Larry Hogan Jr. continues to walk a narrow path seemingly aimed more at securing his re-election than confronting some of Maryland's most pressing problems. For Hogan, it's all about cutting spending so he can reduce...

    After Freddie Gray, mayor needs governor for Baltimore's big fix

    After Freddie Gray, mayor needs governor for Baltimore's big fix
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has taken the full force of derision for her handling of the riots. All kinds of experts, both the self-asserted and those lettered in criminology, have offered hours of merciless criticism of Rawlings-Blake, and she's still...