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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Boss Hög: Larry Hogan has Baltimore right where he wants it

    Boss Hög: Larry Hogan has Baltimore right where he wants it
    Larry Hogan gave two press conferences during the week of June 22. At the first, on June 22, Hogan bravely announced that he had been diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, a form of cancer. Standing beside his wife, children, and grandchild, he acknowledged that the cancer was “very aggressive and very advanced” and said he would begin chemotherapy treatments in days but that he has every reason to be optimistic, even joking, “my odds of. . . beating this are much, much better than the odds I had at beating Anthony Brown.” He handled what was obviously a tremendously difficult discovery about as well as anyone could have and rightfully earned the admiration of virtually everyone in the state, even those who had opposed him since he announced his intention to run for governor.
  • A new bus service to replace the Red Line?

    A new bus service to replace the Red Line?
    If city leaders want to see the Red Line built they really don't have to look too far to find the answer ("City leaders remain dedicated to fighting for Red Line," July 1). Under the administration of former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. there was a...

    Infrastructure is key to U.S. energy future

    Infrastructure is key to U.S. energy future
    Federal, state and local officials are typically ready to find the money required to fix problems when it comes to highway infrastructure. As a former governor, I know this is good politics. Infrastructure creates jobs, and people appreciate tangible...

    Road funding for Harford no reason for a party [Editorial]

    Road funding for Harford no reason for a party [Editorial]
    It's nice that Sen. Wayne Norman, who represents northern Harford and western Cecil counties, is able to pat Gov. Larry Hogan on the back for allocating $1.97 billion for road work across Maryland, but the senator needs to look beyond Republican Party...

    With Red Line canceled, $288 million may be gone

    With Red Line canceled, $288 million may be gone
    With Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to pull the plug on Baltimore's Red Line, $288 million appears to be down the drain. That's how much the Maryland Transit Administration has spent over a dozen years on planning, design, engineering and land...