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  • Ehrlich took slots plan and fumbled it for a loss

    TO KEEP himself from looking like a complete legislative loser, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. will now do what he thinks he does best. He will hit the road and talk directly to voters. He will exhibit his schoolboy charm. He will make himself available to the radio talk-show guys who already think he's swell. He will attempt to rewrite the story of the past 90 days for people who don't know the history of the last 20 minutes.
  • GOP caucus a hot session topic

    THE STRENGTH and effectiveness of the Republican caucus in the House of Delegates -- which enters the session under new leadership -- was a hot debate topic last week. House Speaker Michael E. Busch, the chamber's Democratic leader, is unimpressed with...

    Mike Miller, marijuana and the right side of history

    Mike Miller, marijuana and the right side of history
    Turns out, I am glad that Thomas V. Mike Miller gives no hint of retiring from his position as president-forever of the Maryland Senate. I know that sounds odd coming from me, but that's how I feel today. And I don't even smoke pot. Miller is 71,...

    Hogan should stand his ground

    Hogan should stand his ground
    I strongly disagree with the premise of your recent editorial "Hogan's choice" (April 14). The piece claims that Gov. Larry Hogan must compromise with Democratic lawmakers in Annapolis or risk being a one-term governor. That's baloney. Compromising...

    Could the budget fight cause a special session?

    Could the budget fight cause a special session?
    The fight between Gov. Larry Hogan and state Democrats over education funding could be far from over. At Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller's behest, lawmakers passed a bill that would require the Republican governor to send more money next year...