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  • 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...
  • Hogan pitches charter school reforms alongside Obama officials

    Hogan pitches charter school reforms alongside Obama officials
    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan took his pitch to expand charter schools on the road Wednesday, appearing alongside the Obama administration's top education official at a Baltimore school at a time when both seek increased funding for charters. Hogan...
  • Hogan visits Baltimore charter school, promotes legislation

    Gov. Larry Hogan drew inspiration from the children's book "The Little Engine That Could," as he visited a western Baltimore school Wednesday and promoted his bill to strengthen the state's charter school law. Joined by Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford and U.S....
  • Dying former official a focus of Maryland assisted suicide bill

    Dying former official a focus of Maryland assisted suicide bill
    It's been more than 15 years since Dick Israel's body started to revolt. Back then, in the early days of his Parkinson's disease, Israel still wrote legal opinions in flowery script from an old-fashioned fountain pen, churning out advice for the General...
  • Miller rules out proposed Hogan tax cuts this year

    Miller rules out proposed Hogan tax cuts this year
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller predicted Friday that the General Assembly would not approve any of the tax cuts proposed by Republican Gov. Larry Hogan this year, saying the state's priorities must be balancing the budget and providing adequate...
  • Augustine panel sets agenda to bolster business in Md.

    Augustine panel sets agenda to bolster business in Md.
    Declaring that Maryland can no longer depend on the federal government for job growth, former Lockheed Martin CEO Norman R. Augustine presented state legislators Thursday with a list of steps they could take to improve its ability to compete for business....
  • Hogan pushes plan to spare retired veterans from taxes

    Hogan pushes plan to spare retired veterans from taxes
    Gov. Larry Hogan pledged Thursday to make Maryland more welcoming to veterans, though he acknowledged it might prove tough to pass some of his proposals to help them. Hogan urged military retirees to help him persuade lawmakers to approve his bill to...
  • Hogan unveils bill to repeal 'rain tax'

    Hogan unveils bill to repeal 'rain tax'
    Following through on a campaign promise, Gov. Larry Hogan unveiled legislation Tuesday that would repeal Maryland's requirement that its largest counties impose a fee to pay for stormwater cleanup. Critics call it the "rain tax." Hogan said his...
  • Miller, most Senate Democrats back end to contested judicial elections

    Miller, most Senate Democrats back end to contested judicial elections
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller called Tuesday for an end to Maryland's practice of allowing challengers to run against appointed Circuit Court judges, saying a system that forces judges to raise money for political campaigns is "very unseemly."...
  • Miller: Gas tax cut would be Hogan's 'worst nightmare and he knows it'

    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, despite a cordial breakfast with Gov. Larry Hogan to smooth over friction from Hogan's State of the State speech, continued to offer grim prospects for the new governor's legislative agenda.  Miller told reporters...
  • Maryland voted for Hogan's agenda

    Maryland voted for Hogan's agenda
    It is the leadership of the Maryland General Assembly that is acting like spoiled children over Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State speech, and they are the ones who should watch out ("Senate delays confirmation of Hogan nominees," Feb. 6). The voters...