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  • Miller urges senators to pass Hogan's charter bill

    Miller urges senators to pass Hogan's charter bill
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller on Tuesday urged fellow senators to make "a good faith effort" to pass some version of the governor's bill to expand charter schools - especially if they wanted more money for public schools. The charter school...
  • Delaney visits General Assembly, still undecided on Senate

    Delaney visits General Assembly, still undecided on Senate
    U.S. Rep. John Delaney, considered a potential candidate to succeed retiring Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, paid a call on the Maryland General Assembly Thursday but said he remains undecided on whether he will jump into the Democratic primary race. The...
  • Mikulski retirement sparks early jockeying in Maryland

    Democratic U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski's announcement that she will retire at the end of her term has kicked off a scramble, spurring politicians who have waited in the wings for years to run for her seat, and in turn, creating new openings for others to...
  • 'Second chance' bill shielding convictions for minor offenses moves ahead in Senate

    'Second chance' bill shielding convictions for minor offenses moves ahead in Senate
    The Senate moved Wednesday to give Marylanders convicted of some minor offenses an opportunity to have their criminal record shielded from public view. Democrats and previously skeptical Republicans came together to give preliminary approval to the...
  • Hogan gets competitive on business competitiveness

    Hogan gets competitive on business competitiveness
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael E. Busch took umbrage this week when Gov. Larry Hogan told reporters in an impromptu press conference that the legislature's two presiding officers were "parroting" his views on the business...
  • Hogan says Miller, Busch are 'parroting' his views on business climate

    Hogan says Miller, Busch are 'parroting' his views on business climate
    Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that he is excited that Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael E. Busch are now "parroting" his message about the need for Maryland to improve its competitiveness with other states. In an impromptu...
  • Hogan's game of divide and conquer

    Hogan's game of divide and conquer
    The daily interchange of letters from veterans, retired teachers and others regarding the merits or flaws in Gov. Larry Hogan's proposal to make veteran's pensions tax exempt reveals what I believe the governor really wanted ("Veterans aren't getting...
  • Holding the line on stormwater fees

    Holding the line on stormwater fees
    A House of Delegates committee was right last week to reject Gov. Larry Hogan's plan to repeal the so-called "rain tax," and a brewing debate in Anne Arundel County shows why. Although the requirement that Maryland's 10 largest jurisdictions impose...
  • House panel kills Hogan's stormwater fee repeal

    House panel kills Hogan's stormwater fee repeal
    A House committee voted along party lines Friday to kill Gov. Larry Hogan's bill to repeal the so-called "rain tax.'' Dealing a blow to one of the Republican governor's top legislative priorities, the Democratic majority of the House Environmental...
  • Measure would raise mandatory judicial retirement age to 75

    Measure would raise mandatory judicial retirement age to 75
    The top Democrat and leading Republican in the Maryland Senate have proposed a state constitutional amendment that would raise the mandatory retirement age for the state’s judges from 70 to 75. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and Minority...
  • House panel shoots down Hogan bill to repeal stormwater fees

    A House committee has voted against Gov. Larry Hogan's proposal to repeal stormwater management fees. The House Environment and Transportation Committee voted 14-7 against the bill Friday. Hogan, a Republican, campaigned against the fees, which...