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  • Riots invoked as lobbying tool

    Riots invoked as lobbying tool
    The advocates who lobby Gov. Larry Hogan on schools, mental health services and transportation have begun to incorporate Freddie Gray, the protests against his death and the riots of last week into their pitches.
  • Redistricting's last best hope in Md.

    Redistricting's last best hope in Md.
    Abraham Lincoln, arguably the nation's greatest president, said in 1858: "Public sentiment is everything." Apparently, the Maryland General Assembly didn't get the word. This year, it again defied public sentiment by refusing to end gerrymandering, the...

    Bringing home the bacon: Annapolis has benefited from more than 16 years of state projects

    It's good to be in the 21401. Over the last 16 years, Annapolis has been one of the biggest beneficiaries when it comes to the number of state capital projects and the amount of state money flowing into the county in the form of grants, school...

    Hogan to sign legislation on body cameras

    Hogan to sign legislation on body cameras
    Gov. Larry Hogan pledged Thursday to sign legislation that would legalize body cameras for police officer. House Bill 533 passed the General Assembly and, if signed, would make law enforcement use of the body cameras lawful under certain circumstances....

    Hogan agrees to spend $2 million to fight heroin

    Hogan agrees to spend $2 million to fight heroin
    Gov. Larry Hogan committed Thursday to spending $2 million to fight heroin addiction, the first time he has agreed to spend any of a $200 million pot of cash that has stirred discord in Annapolis. The governor campaigned on addressing Maryland's growing...