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Mikulski walks back comments on riot

Mikulski walks back comments on riot

U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski is walking back comments she made Wednesday morning in which she called the riots and acts of vandalism and property destruction last month as “a disturbance.” Mikulski made the comments during an interview on WBAL radio ...

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Hogan gets his way by nixing Busch’s pet project

Hogan gets his way by nixing Busch’s pet project

If you thought tensions were easing between Gov. Larry Hogan and House Speaker Michael E. Busch, you may have been premature. Hogan Friday announced he will move forward with re-opening the Maryland State Police Barracks in Annapolis and hire 100 new troopers at the expense of a $2 million earmark for a an organization that has benefited from Busch's long-time patronage.

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Busch praises Hogan for Baltimore response

Busch praises Hogan for Baltimore response

The governor and speaker of the House of Delegates may not have the most tension-free relationship but that doesn’t mean that it’s not without its moments. House Speaker Michael Busch Tuesday praised Gov. Larry Hogan and Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford ...

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Session over for paid sick days

Session over for paid sick days

Leaders in the House and Senate want supporters and opponents of a bill that would mandate paid sick leave for workers in Maryland to hammer out their differences over the summer. Both sides of the proposed legislation were notified in a letter Friday from House and Senate leaders that House Bill 385 and Senate Bill 40, which is identical, would not move forward. This is the third time in as many years that the bill has failed to pass in the legislature.

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