Gov. Larry Hogan said that the court records of a state school board nominee who withdrew his name from consideration should have been picked up through a vetting process in his office.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday announced a set of proposed measures he said would reform state government in the wake of a number of recent criminal and ethics investigations of state and local officials. The four-bill package includes legislation to overhaul state ...Read More »
I bet any practicing lawyer is familiar with peer-to-peer listservs. They’re everywhere. Each section of the Maryland State Bar Association has its own listserv. They are some of the most sought-after benefits of organizations such as the Maryland Criminal Defense ...Read More »
The chairwoman of the Baltimore County Council said she is willing to let County Executive Kevin Kamenetz’s veto of a development bill stand. Democratic Councilwoman Cathy Bevins Thursday said she believes there are not enough votes on the seven-member council ...Read More »
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz said Wednesday he will veto a bill altering the county’s planned unit development law because he believes it violates county ethics laws. The bill, which was passed unanimously by the seven-member council earlier this week, ...Read More »
Isabel FitzGerald, the secretary of the Maryland Department of Information Technology, was drafted late last year to take over IT operations at the foundering state health exchange. She played a key role in selecting Deloitte Consulting LLP as the state’s new contractor to redo the exchange’s dysfunctional website. She also happens to be married to Paul FitzGerald, who is a principal at Deloitte.
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