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  • 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...
  • Change in school funding formula debated

    Change in school funding formula debated
    Some lawmakers said Monday that the General Assembly should change a school funding formula that gives great weight to property values — and is projected to cost Baltimore millions of dollars in lost state aid for next year. But others say a...
  • Miller overreacts, Hogan benefits

    Miller overreacts, Hogan benefits
    We doubt Gov. Larry Hogan intended to make Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller's head explode with his State of the State speech last week, but it might wind up working out for him politically, if not for the people of the state substantively. The...
  • Senate delays confirmation of Hogan nominees

    Senate delays confirmation of Hogan nominees
    The Maryland Senate delayed the confirmation of five nominees to Gov. Larry Hogan's Cabinet on Friday, the latest sign of growing tension between the new Republican governor and Democrats who dominate the legislature. The delay comes two days after...
  • Democrats say most of Hogan's agenda won't pass

    Democrats say most of Hogan's agenda won't pass
    Still fuming at what they consider the partisanship of Gov. Larry Hogan's State of the State address, the General Assembly's Democratic leaders predicted Thursday that most of the governor's legislative agenda would fail. Senate President Thomas V. Mike...
  • Hogan proposes tax relief in four areas

    Hogan proposes tax relief in four areas
    Gov. Larry Hogan used his first State of the State address to follow through on a campaign promise, vowing Wednesday to push for tax relief for small businesses, motorists and some retirees, and to seek repeal of a controversial stormwater fee. "The...
  • Hogan says he'll push for charter schools

    Hogan says he'll push for charter schools
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan said Wednesday that he is likely to push for changes to make it easier to open and operate charter schools. "We're going to do everything we can to expand the use of charter schools. It's a great idea," Hogan said, adding that...
  • 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...
  • Despite hurdles, fans find ways to bet on Super Bowl

    Despite hurdles, fans find ways to bet on Super Bowl
    His gut-level disdain for the New England Patriots would be reason enough for Bill West to get stoked about Super Bowl XLIX. But like millions of Americans, the Ravens fan plans to raise the stakes by putting a little money on the outcome. West's head...
  • Miller, black lawmakers voice concern over school cuts

    Miller, black lawmakers voice concern over school cuts
    Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and members of the Legislative Black Caucus spoke out Thursday against cuts Gov. Larry Hogan has proposed in state aid for local education. Miller said legislators acknowledge the need to cut state spending, but...
  • Hogan plan would cut budgets for years to come

    Hogan plan would cut budgets for years to come
    Beyond spending cuts for next year, Gov. Larry Hogan is asking the General Assembly for an array of permanent, long-term budget reductions — for public schools, private colleges, libraries and economic development aid for farmers. The sweeping...