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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Kent Island project again seeks approval

    Kent Island project again seeks approval
    Six years after Gov. Martin O'Malley tried to kill a Kent Island housing development in an environmentally sensitive area near the Chesapeake Bay, the state Board of Public Works will be asked to reverse course Wednesday and approve permits that would...
  • O'Malley is the failure, not Ehrlich

    O'Malley is the failure, not Ehrlich
    How dare The Sun editorial board declare that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. failed when it came to governance! ("Time to open up," July 22). Says who? That statement would be laughable if it weren't so blatantly false. Of course, if The Sun's definition of...
  • BWI expansion seed money approved, officials criticize concessionaire

    BWI expansion seed money approved, officials criticize concessionaire
    The state's three top elected officials had harsh words Wednesday for the company that manages concessions at BWI Marshall Airport for not doing more to help hourly employees who staff the restaurants and shops. An angry Gov. Martin O'Malley said at the...
  • A GOP comeback is just wishful thinking on the part of conservatives

    A GOP comeback is just wishful thinking on the part of conservatives
    Robert Ehrlich Jr.'s comments on America's traditional values and the GOP making a comeback are just wishful thinking on his part ("Democrats stray far from America's traditional values," July 21). Unless the GOP changes its viewpoint on a number of...
  • Ehrlich sarcasm not helpful in debate

    Ehrlich sarcasm not helpful in debate
    A gaping chasm has evolved in our country between those on the left and those on the right. Perhaps in an attempt to provide grounds for conciliation, The Sun has decided to run columns by former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. I don't know what it will take...
  • Henson's appeal on Election Day 'relax' robocall rejected

    Henson's appeal on Election Day 'relax' robocall rejected
    A federal court on Monday rejected political consultant Julius Henson's appeal of a $1 million civil judgment against him for an illegal Election Day robocall. The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision that Henson, his company,...
  • Not so fast with the 'traitorous' label

    In his recent column ("A silence from liberals that speaks volumes," June 23), Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. condemns Pfc. Bradley Manning as "traitorous." His evidence? That Seal Team Six found Osama bin Laden in possession of materials Private Manning had...
  • Americans want the 'Party of Yes,' not the GOP's 'Party of No'

    Americans want the 'Party of Yes,' not the GOP's 'Party of No'
    Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., when he addresses the "challenges" facing the Republican party, dodges with the fancy footwork of an adept politician around the painful truth ("Republican resurgence faces many challenges," July 28). Whatever the impact of the...
  • GOP too extreme for independents

    GOP too extreme for independents
    As an independent who voted for Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. in his first run for governor but not in his second, I don't even look at the Republicans on the ballot if they don't exhibit some kind of moderation ("Time for Maryland Republicans to open up," July...
  • Raise wages — no strings attached

    Raise wages — no strings attached
    Raising Maryland's minimum wage has faced tough going in Annapolis ever since Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. left office. It was the Republican governor's steadfast opposition to raising the minimum wage that spurred Democrats to support an increase in 2005...
  • Baltimore Catholic schools: stronger, but still in need of help

    Baltimore Catholic schools: stronger, but still in need of help
    It has been nearly three years since my predecessor, Cardinal Edwin O'Brien, and the Blue Ribbon Committee on Catholic Schools released the Strategic Plan for Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Since that time, enrollment declines have been...