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On bank failures, Wall Street reform and the land of misfit toys

The Washington Post has published three interesting business stories this week that promise to reverberate into the new year. One is on bank failures: 2010 saw the most U.S. banks go under since 1992, and analysts see more “on the ...

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DeMarco calls Andy Harris’ health care stand “outrageous”

Have you heard the one about the newly elected congressman who ran against the federal health care overhaul, then complained when he learned his government-subsidized plan wouldn’t kick in until a month after he was sworn in? Vinnie DeMarco has. ...

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Washington Post, Easton Star Democrat endorse O’Malley

ANNAPOLIS — The Washington Post and The (Easton) Star Democrat have endorsed Gov. Martin O’Malley for a second term in his rematch with Republican former Gov. Robert Ehrlich. The endorsements were made Sunday, days before former President Bill Clinton is ...

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O’Malley, Ehrlich face off in 2nd debate

WASHINGTON — Gov. Martin O’Malley and former Gov. Robert Ehrlich have held their second vigorous debate of the 2010 Maryland governor’s race. Both candidates questioned each other’s credibility several times during Thursday’s debate at The Washington Post. Ehrlich criticized O’Malley ...

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Washington Post poll shows O’Malley pulling ahead

After months and months of the race between Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and challenger Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. churning inside the margins of error in poll after poll, The Washington Post released the results of a new survey Tuesday night ...

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