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Michael E. Busch

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  • Van Hollen, Edwards head toward 2016 primary

    Van Hollen, Edwards head toward 2016 primary
    Rep. Chris Van Hollen secured the endorsement of several Montgomery County officials in his campaign for Senate on Monday and dismissed a pair of national liberal groups that are calling for Rep. Donna F. Edwards to enter the race. Van Hollen, the...
  • Hogan pitches charter school reforms alongside Obama officials

    Hogan pitches charter school reforms alongside Obama officials
    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan took his pitch to expand charter schools on the road Wednesday, appearing alongside the Obama administration's top education official at a Baltimore school at a time when both seek increased funding for charters. Hogan...
  • Lawmakers head into final week with budget, 'rain tax,' tax relief on agenda

    Lawmakers head into final week with budget, 'rain tax,' tax relief on agenda
    Maryland lawmakers are returning from the holiday weekend with only seven days left in the 2015 General Assembly session with Gov. Larry Hogan's tax relief legislation and the state budget still on the agenda. Legislators are going to push for a final...
  • Assembly's final week: Partisan rift on budget looms

    Assembly's final week: Partisan rift on budget looms
    The General Assembly session that began with a call for bipartisanship is poised to end with a partisan showdown on the budget. Republican Gov. Larry Hogan wants lawmakers to approve the tax relief he says he was elected to deliver, but the Democratic-...
  • Meagan Simonaire reflects on her first General Assembly session

    Meagan Simonaire reflects on her first General Assembly session
    When House Bill 51 came up for a vote in the House of Delegates, Del. Meagan Simonaire rose to her feet to speak on the floor for the very first time. Reading from notes on her iPhone, Simonaire attacked the bill, saying it would continue the high...
  • In hope of helping others, delegate reveals abuse as child

    In hope of helping others, delegate reveals abuse as child
    Del. C.T. Wilson stepped to the podium of a state Senate committee during a routine hearing, about to confess a secret. He took a deep breath. "I don't really, really want to be here," he said. He had weighed what might come of revealing his darkest...
  • April Fools' fun in Annapolis: Kipke and Busch switch places

    April Fools' fun in Annapolis: Kipke and Busch switch places
    On Wednesday Maryland's House of Delegates were greeted with an unusual sight: Speaker of the House Michael Busch wasn't running the show. House Minority Leader Nic Kipke, R-Pasadena, wielded the speaker's gavel briefly as he led the delegates in the...
  • Hogan tax break becomes widespread business audit

    Hogan tax break becomes widespread business audit
    Gov. Larry Hogan's plan to give a modest tax break to some small businesses has been turned into a bill that could force tens of thousands of Maryland companies to undergo tax audits. The transformation — achieved through a unanimous vote of the...
  • Hogan signs first bill -- one honoring Vietnam veterans

    Hogan signs first bill -- one honoring Vietnam veterans
    Gov. Larry Hogan signed the first bill of his administration Monday--a measure welcoming home Maryland's Vietnam veterans and establishing March 30 as an annual commemorative day to honor them. Flanked by Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House...
  • Assembly proposes more school construction aid for counties

    Assembly proposes more school construction aid for counties
    Baltimore County and other high-growth suburban jurisdictions would receive extra state money to alleviate school overcrowding under an initiative announced Friday in Annapolis. Flanked by delegates and senators from the five counties that would benefit,...
  • Our say: City shouldn't throw away opportunity

    Our say: City shouldn't throw away opportunity
    Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to reopen the Maryland State Police barrack on Taylor Avenue is good news for this community in its own right. And it's also good news in that, indirectly, it may force the city to remedy a long-standing problem: a decrepit...