The demise of an Annapolis power broker

Len Foxwell was Peter Franchot's indispensable aide, until his personal life spilled into his professional world

Natasha Guynes arrived at the state treasury building Sept. 29 on an unseasonably warm fall day in Annapolis for a visit that, on the surface, seemed like so many others that transpire in the state’s capital. Guynes had just launched a career in politics and despite her loss as a Baltimore City Council candidate a few ...

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