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  • 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 tell the story of a city that is working hard to reach financial solvency ("Thornton tells lawmakers city schools will lay off 100 central office staff," April 3).
  • 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...

    A community grows irate and demands answers

    Enraged by a financial crisis that has enveloped the Baltimore school system in layoff talks for weeks, parents, community leaders and even school officials are demanding criminal investigations, threatening to file lawsuits and asking for a shake-up of...

    In 1992, Ehrlich proposed casino gambling at Harbor

    As he battles for legislation allowing slot machines at racetracks, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has made it clear that he opposes any effort to expand casino gambling to the Inner Harbor. He has come a long way since 1992. Eleven years ago today, Ehrlich...

    Historic preservation tax credits threatened by Ehrlich, legislators

    Hoping to avoid a big hit to the state treasury, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is proposing to further rein in a popular program that has fueled a boom in the renovation of older buildings, mainly in Baltimore. Ehrlich's move to put a yearly limit on the...