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Frosh: More lawsuits against Md. health exchange vendors likely

The failed rollout of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchange was the direct result of the state’s reliance on false statements made by vendors, and additional lawsuits against those companies are likely, according to Attorney General Brian E. Frosh. Frosh notified ...

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C. Fraser Smith: O’Malley’s big chance

Whatever else happens in this bizarre election year, Martin O’Malley will have clips of Anderson Cooper announcing him as a Democratic candidate for president of the United States. With O’Malley’s standing in the polls near zero, some had wondered if ...

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O’Malley reamed for being tardy

Former Gov. Martin O’Malley’s penchant for running late is no secret to reporters who spent time covering the man who is now running for the Democratic presidential nomination. But his tardiness drew the ire of NPR’s Diane Rehm on her ...

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Hogan, Franchot blast state contractor over $140K speaking fee to O’Malley

ANNAPOLIS — Approval of a nearly $800,000 contract with a longtime state vendor was postponed when Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot raised sharp criticisms over the company’s outside payments to former Gov. Martin O’Malley. As part of ...

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