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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • 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...
  • Trump to speak at Republican dinner in Linthicum

    Trump to speak at Republican dinner in Linthicum
    A big Republican presidential name is making his way to Anne Arundel County for the Red, White and Blue Dinner on Tuesday. No, it's not Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio or even Bob Ehrlich, who is mulling his own presidential aspirations. It's Donald Trump,...
  • Hogan, Busch work to put feud behind them

    When Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael E. Busch finished the 2015 General Assembly session at odds, it came as no surprise to many expecting a clash between the state's new Republican governor and one of its most powerful Democrats. Now both...
  • Nicholas M. Schloeder

    Nicholas M. Schloeder
    Nicholas M. Schloeder, 39-year teacher and coach at the Gilman School whom students described as a "tough-minded coach who wouldn't let you fail," died Tuesday from complications of dementia. He was 84 and a resident of the Arden Courts Nursing Home in...
  • Cummings decision hangs over Md. Senate race

    Cummings decision hangs over Md. Senate race
    Ask Rep. Elijah E. Cummings how he views his role in helping Baltimore to heal from the April riots and the Democrat offers the kind of response that has become his trademark. "I see my role as being all up in it," he says confidently. But ask whether...
  • The .11 percent solution

    The .11 percent solution
    Former Gov. Parris N. Glendening is remembered for many things, but cutting income taxes isn't one of them, which is kind of odd since the two-term Democrat reduced the state income tax by 10 percent across the board. It took five years to accomplish this...
  • An agenda for welfare reform

    An agenda for welfare reform
    Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. rightly points out that we need to address the "epidemic of out-of-wedlock pregnancies and the central roles of fathers in the home" ("Who will lead a new Baltimore?" June 5). Here's a partial agenda proposed by Ron...
  • Hogan takes Anne Arundel to Asia

    Hogan takes Anne Arundel to Asia
    Gov. Larry Hogan has taken several Anne Arundel County business executives with him on a trip to Asia, his first official overseas visit. The 12-day trip, estimated to cost $140,000, began Tuesday when the governor left for South Korea. He will split...