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  • Slow and steady wins the race for Brown [Commentary]

    Slow and steady wins the race for Brown [Commentary]
    If the Democratic primary is likely to decide who will be the state's next governor — a reasonable but not entirely certain proposition, given the balance of power between the state's two major parties — at this point in the contest two somewhat contradictory realities are in evidence.
  • From table scraps to garden soil

    From table scraps to garden soil
    Table scraps aren't destined for the garbage disposal any more. At least not in Howard County, where executive Ken Ulman spent Friday morning delivering giant green bins to homeowners around Clarksville who signed on to recycle their kitchen waste so...

    Door still open for Ruppersberger to run for governor

    Door still open for Ruppersberger to run for governor
    How much damage could that teen party in a Delaware beach house do to Doug Gansler's campaign for governor of Maryland? Hard to tell. I've heard three reactions: •Righteous indignation: Gansler is the attorney general. He publicly opposed but...

    Ulman and Brown: the power of two

    Ulman and Brown: the power of two
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman shook up Maryland's 2014 gubernatorial race by announcing they will run as a ticket for the Democratic nomination in 2014. Politically and electorally, it's a shrewd and gutsy move. Picking...

    Coming up dry in search for sense in Sandy aid denial

    Trying to make sense of the Obama administration denying federal relief to Maryland for the flooding and other damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, and I'm coming up dry. No one besides maybe Grover Norquist would have beefed had Maryland picked up a few...