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  • Will Gov. Scott thwart humane bid for limited medical marijuana?

    Before Florida voters decide the fate of medical marijuana in November, the Legislature might soon legalize a certain strain of medical pot — for kids. That would be pretty ironic, given all the "Just Say No" anti-drug campaigns aimed at school...
  • Maryland and 'House of Cards' reach deal to keep series in state

    Maryland and 'House of Cards' reach deal to keep series in state
    "House of Cards" and the state of Maryland reached a deal late Friday that will keep the Netflix series in state to film Season 3. "Spoiler alert: we're going to keep the 3,700 jobs and more than 100 million dollars of economic activity and investment...
  • Will Clinton run?

    Hillary Rodham Clinton sure sounds like a woman who wants to run for president. "If you really want to do something, if you believe you're the right person to do it, if you think that it could make a difference, then you have to be willing to compete,...
  • Barry Schoch’s big day

     
    As state Transportation chief, Barry Schoch ran point for Gov. Tom Corbett’s effort to increase spending for roads, bridges and mass transit. Schoch ran Corbett’s 2011 commission that determined — to no one’s surprised — that...
  • Year of surprises leaves soothsayers grasping for soothiness

     
    Print column, Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013 The most surprising news event of 2013 was the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov, the Web portal to Obamacare. Yes, I'm sure the partisans who have long derided President Barack Obama for the lack of......
  • Inkling-stained wretches predict the news of 2014

     
    Sunday's print column Readers and I are dancing together on that fine line between educated guesses and gut feelings, offering up hunches in bunches about the year ahead in Change of Subject's annual predict-the-news survey. Who will win and who......
  • Follow the leader — a hard game to quit

     
    Wednesday's print column It's a legislative tradition in five states that the speaker of the House is subject to term limits: Six years in Connecticut; two in Florida, South Dakota, North Dakota and Wyoming. "There's nothing in writing," said Brenda......
  • The Walking Dead recap Season 4 episode 6: ‘Live Bait’

     
    Well, well. Maybe ol' Hershel is right after all and you really can come back from the bad things that happen to you here in the walker-pocalypse. Because of all the gents I expected to remain the epitome of ice-blooded, comrade-killing evil, Philip &#...
  • The Walking Dead recap Season 4 episode 5: ‘Internment’

     
    Given everything that happened during last night’s claustrophobic, emotionally draining, completely nerve-jangling episode of The Walking Dead — aptly called ‘Internment’ — it seems kind of a shame to jump right to the end....
  • The Walking Dead Season 4: David Morrissey on the return of The Governor

     
    The moment that hordes of The Walking Dead Season 4 fans have been waiting for — even if they had forgotten now that we're already several episodes in — finally arrived last night with a last-second shot of The Governor (David Morrissey)...
  • Will this year's GOP primary be the one where mischief voting actually works?

     
    From Sunday's print column Note that in the last quarter of 2013, GOP gubernatorial hopeful Bruce Rauner raised about four times as much campaign cash as his three rivals combined in the March primary. Even if you don't count the......