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Michael E. Busch

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  • 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...
  • Rain tax deserves a real repeal

    Rain tax deserves a real repeal
    Boy, talk about a slanted, biased editorial ("Carroll Co. talks sense on stormwater," April 2). An issue that, if done truthfully, could have been summed up in a paragraph was turned into a diatribe about how misguided the voters are. Gov. Larry Hogan...
  • Today's front page, weather & traffic

    Today's front page, weather & traffic
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Wednesday. WEATHER Temperatures will top out at 50 today, and will fall back to 41 overnight. It’ll be rainy and drizzly throughout the day and evening, which means you’re most...
  • MdTA approves Maryland toll reductions

    The Maryland Transportation Authority's board voted Thursday to reduce tolls statewide at the urging of Gov. Larry Hogan — mostly for E-ZPass drivers but also for those who pay cash at the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. The $6 cash toll to cross the Bay...
  • Democratic club asking Hogan to restore education, Maryland Hall cuts

    Democratic club asking Hogan to restore education, Maryland Hall cuts
    The District 30 Democratic Club released a blog post Wednesday, urging people to call Gov. Larry Hogan's office and ask him to reverse his decision on education and Maryland Hall funding. Hogan has announced he won't release $68 million in money for...
  • Anne Arundel cell tower moratorium bill fails

    Anne Arundel cell tower moratorium bill fails
    A local piece of legislation with broad county delegation support failed in the General Assembly Thursday after it was voted down by a House Committee. The legislation would have stopped the construction of wireless communication towers on Anne...
  • Letters: Maryland Hall funding; Global warming; Heart surgery

    Letters: Maryland Hall funding; Global warming; Heart surgery
    Global warming A letter was published stating that global warming was a hoax (The Capital, April 26). This just isn't true and here are facts that anyone can check for himself. Data collected by scientists around the world, including those at the...
  • Hogan snubs Busch with $2M cut

    Hogan snubs Busch with $2M cut
    The 2015 General Assembly¬†session is over, but the fighting isn’t. Gov. Larry Hogan took a huge chunk out of one of House Speaker Michael E. Busch’s favorite local organizations Friday by vetoing the record $2 million slated for Maryland Hall...
  • Moving Preakness would require change in state law, officials say

    Moving Preakness would require change in state law, officials say
    As city officials pledged a fight to keep the Preakness in Baltimore, others pointed out Monday that state law prohibits the horse race from being moved to another track in Maryland. Over the weekend, Sal Sinatra, vice president and general manager of...
  • Anne Arundel Democrats pledge to fight in 2016

    Anne Arundel Democrats pledge to fight in 2016
    The message Friday was resurgence. Anne Arundel and other Maryland Democrats came together Friday at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner to celebrate Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., who is retiring at the end of her term in 2016. And while celebrating a...
  • Our say: Hogan sends Busch a $2 million message

    Our say: Hogan sends Busch a $2 million message
    If Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael E. Busch must have a contest over who is king of the (State House) hill, we wish they could find some way to pressure each other that doesn't involve yanking away projects important to the Annapolis area....