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  • 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...
  • Assembly leaders, Hogan agree on Augustine bills

    Assembly leaders, Hogan agree on Augustine bills
    The General Assembly's top leaders came together with Hogan administration officials Monday to call for passage of a package of bills intended to improve Maryland's business climate. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael E....
  • 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...
  • Mikulski's retirement creates rare opening in Md.

    Mikulski's retirement creates rare opening in Md.
    Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski's startling announcement Monday that she will not seek re-election in 2016 after more than four decades in elected office set off a political free-for-all as Maryland's most powerful politicians began to position themselves for...
  • 'Free-for-all' expected in wake of Sen. Barbara Mikulski's retirement announcement

    'Free-for-all' expected in wake of Sen. Barbara Mikulski's retirement announcement
    Senator Barbara A. Mikulski, a former social worker from Baltimore who became a leading liberal voice in Washington and the longest-serving woman in Congress, announced in an emotional press conference on Monday that she would not seek a sixth term in...
  • Hogan defends education spending

    Hogan defends education spending
    Gov. Larry Hogan defended his funding of education Thursday while also declaring that "our children deserve better" than the school options available to them. The new governor is pushing for expansion of charter schools by loosening rules that some say...
  • 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...
  • Miller says higher education nominee could face rocky confirmation

    Miller says higher education nominee could face rocky confirmation
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller predicted Wednesday that Gov. Larry Hogan's nominee to head the Maryland Higher Education Commission could face a rocky confirmation process. At the same time, Miller said he intends to vote to approve Hogan's...
  • 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...
  • 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...