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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Welcoming Gov. Hogan's bureaucracy-oscopy

    Welcoming Gov. Hogan's bureaucracy-oscopy
    OK, so he's not much of a speech-maker. Larry Hogan's inauguration address was 100 Snore Street, Annapolis. But glorious speechifying is not what Marylanders voted for when they made Hogan our governor. What they voted for was: The candidate who wasn't...
  • Hogan promises atmosphere of 'trust and cooperation'

    Hogan promises atmosphere of 'trust and cooperation'
    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan pledged bipartisanship and offered a conciliatory tone during his snowy inauguration Wednesday, promising "to create an environment of trust and cooperation, where the best ideas rise to the top based on upon their merit."...
  • Hogan's middle temperament

    Change came to Annapolis today with the inauguration of Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. as Maryland's 62nd governor, just the third Republican to hold that post in the last half-century. But if his inaugural address and festivities are any indication, that change...
  • What's next for O'Malley?

    What's next for O'Malley?
    As Gov. Martin O'Malley turns over the reins of power Wednesday to a leader who won by criticizing his tenure, the big question for the outgoing governor is whether his political career will continue. In the short term, O'Malley will deliver paid...
  • Hogan names Democrat Keiffer Mitchell as special adviser

    Hogan names Democrat Keiffer Mitchell as special adviser
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan reinforced his vow of bipartisanship while also signaling a potential fight with Democrats over mass transit as he announced more staff appointments Tuesday. Hogan said a prominent Baltimore Democrat, former Del. Keiffer Mitchell,...
  • Activists mount clean power push against political headwinds

    Activists mount clean power push against political headwinds
    Pushing against a stiff political headwind, environmental activists and their allies are urging Maryland lawmakers to double down on the state's commitment to "clean" electricity. As the General Assembly began its 90-day session in Annapolis this week,...
  • The Hogan environmental agenda

    The Hogan environmental agenda
    In appointing former Harford County Executive David Craig to head Maryland's planning department last week, Gov.-elect Larry Hogan acknowledged he's sensitive to criticism of anti-sprawl policies collectively known as "smart growth." He promised to...
  • ACLU raises concerns over homeland security appointee

    ACLU raises concerns over homeland security appointee
    The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland raised concerns Wednesday about Gov.-elect Larry Hogan's choice of former Maryland State Police Superintendent┬áThomas E. “Tim" Hutchins to head the state's homeland security office, pointing to the...
  • Bipartisanship on parade

    Bipartisanship on parade
    "Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God," Del. Samuel I. "Sandy" Rosenberg said, quoting Jesus from Matthew 5:9, in the opening invocation of this year's House of Delegates session. It was something of the theme of the...
  • Hogan names Hutchins as homeland security director

    Hogan names Hutchins as homeland security director
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan picked as homeland security director a former Maryland State Police superintendent who oversaw a controversial and prolonged surveillance of death penalty and antiwar activists. The Republican announced Tuesday that Thomas E....
  • The agenda

    The agenda
    Maryland's 188 legislators will be sworn in tomorrow at the start of the General Assembly's 435th session, but the most important figure in Annapolis, Gov.-elect Larry Hogan, won't join them until his inauguration a week later. This will be the third time...