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Michael E. Busch

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  • 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...
  • There was an election. Did Mike Miller notice?

    There was an election. Did Mike Miller notice?
    It bewilders me how Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller likes to ignore the fact that his candidate lost the election for governor. The voters in this state want lower taxes, not the same old wasteful spending like there is no bottom that has been...
  • Miller overreacts, Hogan benefits

    Miller overreacts, Hogan benefits
    We doubt Gov. Larry Hogan intended to make Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller's head explode with his State of the State speech last week, but it might wind up working out for him politically, if not for the people of the state substantively. The...
  • Democrats say most of Hogan's agenda won't pass

    Democrats say most of Hogan's agenda won't pass
    Still fuming at what they consider the partisanship of Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State address, the General Assembly's Democratic leaders predicted Thursday that most of the governor's legislative agenda would fail. Senate President Thomas V. Mike...
  • Liberal Md. Dems: The sky is falling

    Liberal Md. Dems: The sky is falling
    "The whole aim of politics is to keep the populace alarmed, and hence clamorous to be led to safety, by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary."

    Mr. Hogan's run-off trap

    Mr. Hogan's run-off trap
    Here's something all Marylanders can agree on: It sure would be stupid to tax the rain. Fortunately, the state doesn't do it and never has, despite what one may hear from Gov. Larry Hogan whose recent "truth to power" State of the State address would have...
  • Health, environmental groups seek fracking moratorium

    Health, environmental groups seek fracking moratorium
    Public health and environmental advocates gathered in Annapolis Thursday to push for a long-term moratorium on hydraulic fracturing for natural gas, arguing that more time is needed to look into health threats posed by the drilling process commonly called...
  • Hogan proposes tax relief in four areas

    Hogan proposes tax relief in four areas
    Gov. Larry Hogan used his first State of the State address to follow through on a campaign promise, vowing Wednesday to push for tax relief for small businesses, motorists and some retirees, and to seek repeal of a controversial stormwater fee. "The...
  • 'Open for business' in Md.

    'Open for business' in Md.
    The political momentum exists to make the changes everyone wants to improve Maryland, and now is the time to come together to make that happen. But it will take more than highway signs and campaign slogans to turn that momentum into policy changes...
  • Democrats vow to fight Hogan education cuts

    Democrats vow to fight Hogan education cuts
    General Assembly Democrats and the state teachers union vowed Tuesday to fight what they called unacceptable cuts to education aid proposed by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. House Speaker Michael E. Busch and House Appropriations Committee Chairwoman...
  • Dying former official a focus of Maryland assisted suicide bill

    Dying former official a focus of Maryland assisted suicide bill
    It's been more than 15 years since Dick Israel's body started to revolt. Back then, in the early days of his Parkinson's disease, Israel still wrote legal opinions in flowery script from an old-fashioned fountain pen, churning out advice for the General...