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  • Special session in Annapolis to address Freddie Gray issues seems unlikely

    Special session in Annapolis to address Freddie Gray issues seems unlikely
    There appears to be no appetite in Annapolis for a special session of the legislature to address anything related to the Freddie Gray case. While top lawmakers are considering forming a work group to discuss criminal justice issues, neither Gov. Larry...
  • 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...
  • Our say: 2015 session didn't turn out badly for Hogan

    Our say: 2015 session didn't turn out badly for Hogan
    The General Assembly session started with hymns to bipartisanship so fervent one half expected to see rose petals dropping from the State House rafters. It was a bit much to expect the legislature to adjourn the same way — this is Maryland, after...
  • 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...
  • Hogan says he'll look again at spending

    Hogan says he'll look again at spending
    Gov. Larry Hogan appeared to soften his stance Tuesday on spending $200 million the General Assembly set aside for education, employee pay and health care, saying his team would review the budget and "see how much money we have to spend on what." The...
  • Hogan's choice

    Hogan's choice
    In the grand scheme of last-minute collapses in Maryland budget negotiations, the one Monday night wasn't so terrible — the 2012 debacle that led to two special legislative sessions and a gambling expansion referendum was much worse. Nonetheless,...
  • Assembly session ends in acrimony over budget

    Assembly session ends in acrimony over budget
    A legislative session that began with pledges of bipartisanship ended Monday night with General Assembly Democrats and Republican Gov. Larry Hogan embroiled in acrimony over Maryland's budget. Lawmakers cut $200 million from the new governor's $40.5...
  • Maryland lawmakers take fresh run at legalizing marijuana

    Maryland lawmakers take fresh run at legalizing marijuana
    In a year when budget cuts dominate debate in Annapolis, advocates for legalizing marijuana are mounting a renewed effort to get Maryland to follow the lead of Colorado and Washington state - if not now, then in a year or two. A Colorado state...
  • 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...
  • Senators hear bid to repeal law requiring stormwater fees

    Senators hear bid to repeal law requiring stormwater fees
    Gov. Larry Hogan's campaign pledge to repeal Maryland's so-called rain tax got a Senate hearing Tuesday, where a Republican county executive, a parade of business owners, and even one Democratic senator called the mandatory pollution cleanup fees unfair,...
  • Amid controversy, Hogan administration calls request for Indiana travel ban a 'stunt'

    Amid controversy, Hogan administration calls request for Indiana travel ban a 'stunt'
    A  spokesman for Republican Gov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday called a gay lawmaker's request for a ban on state-funded travel to Indiana a "political stunt." Democratic Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr. called for the ban in response to an Indiana law that...