Hogan, LarryAPylesWarning letters sent in October to two Maryland counties by Attorney General Doug Gansler and Department of the Environment Sec. Robert Summers have drawn strong, if not terribly swift, condemnation from the chairman of ChangeMaryland.org.Read More »
Eye on Annapolis
The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog
Douglas Gansler is calling on his fellow Democratic rivals for Maryland governor to sign a pledge to reject independent expenditures in the 2014 campaign.Read More »
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown used the occasion of Veterans Day to announce a five-point “Compact with Veterans” that would include the phase-in of a 100 percent exemption from state income taxes on military retirement income.Read More »
"If I get in I plan to run to win," Ruppersberger said. "I don think I'll need as much money as some others. Polls show I'm really well known and popular in the Baltimore area."Read More »
A former commissioner for the Maryland Insurance Administration said state and federal websites set up to help users enroll for insurance under the Affordable Care Act are creating problems for individuals and businesses in the state.Read More »
In case you missed it this morning, I joined Fraser Smith, senior news analyst for WYPR, on Inside Maryland Politics to discuss the expected decrease in the state’s unemployment insurance tax.
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Del. Jolene Ivey may have less than a week in as Doug Gansler’s running mate for lieutenant governor but she wasted no time jumping into the campaign fray and taking a shot at Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.Read More »
Statewide, 73 percent of those surveyed earlier this month said they prefer redistricting to be done by an independent commission rather than by elected officials, according to a poll requested by the Greater Baltimore Committee.
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