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  • Mayor, officials say Red Line will bring opportunities Baltimore residents demand

    Mayor, officials say Red Line will bring opportunities Baltimore residents demand
    About 125 supporters of the Red Line light rail project gathered Tuesday to deliver a message: The proposed east-west transit line will deliver the sort of employment opportunities that residents across the city rose up to demand during recent protests.
  • Baltimore has been fiscally responsible

    Baltimore has been fiscally responsible
    Several comments were made by leaders in Annapolis recently criticizing Baltimore on its fiscal management and chastising us for coming to Annapolis looking for a bail out. Upon the Senate's approval of the state budget last week, I feel the need to...

    Maryland Senate unanimously approves budget

    Maryland Senate unanimously approves budget
    The Maryland Senate unanimously approved its version of Gov. Larry Hogan's $40.7 billion state budget Thursday after making modest changes from the House's spending plan. The two chambers are expected to convene a conference committee next week to...

    Senate delays confirmation of Hogan nominees

    Senate delays confirmation of Hogan nominees
    The Maryland Senate delayed the confirmation of five nominees to Gov. Larry Hogan's Cabinet on Friday, the latest sign of growing tension between the new Republican governor and Democrats who dominate the legislature. The delay comes two days after...

    Hogan's new transportation chief pledges open mind on rail lines

    Hogan's new transportation chief pledges open mind on rail lines
    Maryland's new transportation chief promised senators Wednesday that he will keep an open mind as he considers whether the state should go ahead with two major light rail projects, including Baltimore's Red Line. Pete Rahn, Gov. Larry Hogan's nominee...