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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Rumorgate: Weekend Break

    Not much actually happened Friday-Sunday on the O'Malley rumor front. In fact, The Sun seems to have stopped updating its just-linked mini-site, and has taken it off the front page of its web site. Conspiracy-mongerers, start your engines. Anyway, the...
  • Vote Troll

    Political analysts seem to agree that the 2006 gubernatorial race will be won or lost in Baltimore County, but incumbent Bob Ehrlich showed yesterday that he's not taking the D.C. suburbs for granted, with a trip along the proposed Intercounty Connector...
  • Case Dismissed

    I'm verging on outrage, but I can't say I'm surprised that the Sun's lawsuit trying to undo Gov. Robert Ehrlich's order barring state employees from talking to two of the daily's journalists was dismissed's yesterday by U.S. District Judge William Quarles...
  • All Bets Off

    I'm confused with what went on with slots yesterday. The Sun leads with the state Senate killing the attempts by some lawmakers to limit where slots may go (namely not in Prince George's Co., Timonium, or downtown Baltimore). The Post, however, leads with...
  • Beyond the Beltway

    Bucking the Trend: Instead of writing about the city's homicides, The New York Times takes on Gov. Robert Ehrlich's partisanship and recent follies involving rumors, hiring, etc. Hunter S. Terp: In the San Francisco Chronicle, former Rolling Stone writer...
  • More Stuff

    I'm itchin' to get out of here, so just a few more clickables, and I'm gone: Tear It Down: Yes, tear down the JFX, please. Downtown freeways are bad news urban-planning-wise. Don't think it'll ever happen, but a discussion surely couldn't hurt. But...
  • News Hole

    Never Mind: Navy says it never planned to resume weapons testing on Dorchester County's Bloodsworth Island. But it's pretty obvious it backed off after citizen complaints and pressure from U.S. senators and such. Easton Star-Democrat story. Lack of...
  • Feature Hole

    Time to play catch-up again. Most of these links are from Monday and over the weekend. Town and Gown: City Paper freelance music critic Robbie Whelan, writing for The Johns Hopkins News-Letter, investigates community involvement, among both students...
  • Troubled Waters

    Now, I suspected that the story of the former port of Baltimore executive director James White's resignation last month would have legs--and that it would hurt the Ehrlich administration more than even the O'Rumors--but it's getting quite a bit more...
  • Generally Assembled

    Nobody's Happy: Generally Assembly 2005 has finally ended -- until a special session on slots or whatever is called -- so hurray for that. The major dailies, of course, have all the details, with The Sun leading with the stem-cell research funding bill...
  • Stop the Presses

    It's been nearly a week since the text of Gov. Robert Ehrlich's complaints against The Sun, and a response from Sun ombudsman Paul Moore, was released on April 21. I was planning on writing something about it, but ran out of time. Suffice to say, Ehrlich'...
  • Showing Some Muscle

    Since Gov. Robert Ehrlich has turned out to be a less-than-terrific salesman for slots, Pimlico/Laurel Park owner Magna Entertainment Corp. is resorting to, basically, extortion to get slot-machine palaces at its horse-race tracks. Last Friday, as...