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Tag Archives: House Speaker Michael E. Busch

UMD, UMB launch new effort to draw FBI to Md.

University of Maryland, College Park President Wallace D. Loh,  University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert L. Caret and University of Maryland, Baltimore President Jay A. Perman at Greenbelt Metro Station Sept. 13, 2016. (Daniel Leaderman/The Daily Record.)

Officials from the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Maryland, Baltimore are launching a new academy focusing on terrorism and counter-terrorism studies they hope will entice the FBI to relocate its headquarters to Greenbelt. Based at the College ...

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Democrats seek more control of Md. transportation decisions

05.12.15 BALTIMORE, MD- From left, Brian O'Malley, Central Maryland Transportaion Alliance; Elise Bruner, Blue Water Baltimore; Steve Holt, CPHA; and Shannon Frede, Red Line Now; holding a banner supporting the Red Line in 2015. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz).

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan’s reprioritizing transportation spending, including the cancellation of the multibillion-dollar Red Line project in Baltimore, has some state legislators pushing for changes. The proposed legislation is the latest battle over transportation spending that started last summer, ...

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Miller: If no P.G. hospital funding in a week, mandate advances

Officials, including Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III, believe Hogan should have included the $15 million subsidy in both this year's and last year’s budget according to the terms of a 2011 memorandum of understanding between the state, county and health system to build a new hospital. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

County and state legislative leaders say funding for a new Prince George’s County hospital is missing from the governor’s proposed budget. Now, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., a Democrat, says he’s giving Republican Gov. Larry Hogan until next ...

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Joint hearing planned on state correctional facilities

General Assembly leaders will hold a joint briefing in June to discuss problems at Maryland's correctional facilities, the latest fallout from a sordid jail scandal revolving around drugs, sex and money in Baltimore.

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