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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Hogan to officially announce run for governor

    Hogan to officially announce run for governor
    Larry Hogan, chairman of the conservative activist group Change Maryland, will officially announce on January 21 he is a Republican candidate for governor. The former appointments secretary to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. sent an e-mail to supporters...
  • Ehrlich's claim dubious

    Ehrlich's claim dubious
    Does anyone fact-check Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s rants ("De Blasio-ism should strike fear in the hearts of New York," Jan. 12)? I've been looking around online and can find no proof at all for his claim that no tea party-related group had its tax exempt...
  • Ehrlich wrong on IRS 'scandal' [Letter]

    Ehrlich wrong on IRS 'scandal' [Letter]
    While I enjoy Bob Ehrlich's weekly columns and I, too, never let the truth stand in the way of a good story, I must take exception when he goes too far ("De Blasio-ism should strike fear in the hearts of New York," Jan. 12). As a former IRS employee,...
  • O'Malley backs $10.10 minimum wage

    O'Malley backs $10.10 minimum wage
    Gov. Martin O'Malley announced Tuesday that he will push for raising the minimum wage in Maryland to $10.10 an hour over the next two years, with automatic increases after that to keep pace with inflation. O'Malley appeared at an evening rally outside...
  • A placeholder budget [Editorial]

    Gov. Martin O'Malley's final budget proposal leaves the state on a sounder fiscal footing than when he took office seven years ago. Though he will not bequeath his successor anything close to the hefty fund balance his predecessor, Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.,...
  • Brown surges ahead in Democratic money race

    Brown surges ahead in Democratic money race
    Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown surged into the lead in fundraising in the Democratic campaign for governor as he built up his treasury to slightly more than $7 million. Brown's strong performance over the past year vaulted him above Attorney General...
  • Hogan joining GOP race for governor

    Hogan joining GOP race for governor
    Ending months of speculation, conservative activist and real estate executive Larry Hogan is getting into the race for governor, running as a political outsider to "bring fiscal responsibility and common sense to Annapolis." The former appointments...
  • Schumer puts Israel's interests first [Letter]

    Schumer puts Israel's interests first [Letter]
    The column "Schumer's Iran-deal criticism is rare break with Obama" (Jan.19) by former Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. ignores the real reason why U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer opposes the nuclear peace deal between the West and Iran. Mr. Schumer has...
  • O'Malley excelled in tough times [Commentary]

    O'Malley excelled in tough times [Commentary]
    As Gov. Martin O'Malley makes his final state of the state speech Thursday, it's a good time to look at what seven years of his governorship have meant for Maryland. The state of the state is clearly good: first in median family income, a top three...
  • Democratic critics of Obama's Iran policy show party's diversity of views [Letter]

    Democratic critics of Obama's Iran policy show party's diversity of views [Letter]
    Commentator Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. trots out New York Sen. Chuck Schumer's opposition to the president's Iran policy as the latest on why the Obama administration is wrong on everything else ("Schumer's Iran-deal criticism is rare break with Obama," Jan....
  • A stronger Maryland [Editorial]

    A stronger Maryland  [Editorial]
    Gov. Martin O'Malley's first State of the State address, delivered seven years ago, gave little hint of the sweeping changes that would take place in Maryland by the time he returned to the House of Delegates' rostrum today for his final such speech....