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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Consumer advocates call for cheaper auto insurance for low-income residents in Maryland

    Consumer advocates call for cheaper auto insurance for low-income residents in Maryland
    Automobile insurance in Baltimore and other cities across the country is prohibitively expensive for low-income drivers, particularly those who have financed a vehicle, according to a report released Monday by the Consumer Federation of America.
  • Dozens of sponsors donate for Hogan's inaugural gala

    Tickets for Gov. Larry Hogan's inaugural gala in Baltimore on Wednesday night cost $100, but dozens of local and national groups and companies paid far more to sponsor the festivities. The Republican governor's inauguration night party at the...

    The power to pardon

    The power to pardon
    The fate of the last four inmates on Maryland's death row was finally resolved this week when outgoing Gov. Martin O'Malley, in one of his final official acts, commuted their death sentences to life without the possibility of parole. It was certainly in...

    Hogan's pick for natural resources secretary bows out

    Hogan's pick for natural resources secretary bows out
    Gov. Larry Hogan has lost a member of his cabinet, even before he could be nominated. Charles C. G. Evans Jr., whom Hogan had tapped to be secretary of natural resources, said Friday he has bowed out because he feared the rigors of managing the 1,300-...

    Hogan's budget: The debate begins

    Hogan's budget: The debate begins
    For all his talk of strong medicine and ending a spree of overspending in Annapolis, Gov. Larry Hogan's first budget, at least as he presented it, did not sound so drastic. At his first news conference since his inauguration, he said he increased...