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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • 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'...
  • Capitol Steps

    Cellular Division: It's a long way till next year's gubernatorial Democratic primary election, but Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan, realizing he's far behind in the polls, isn't letting that stop him from taking potshots at his main Democratic...
  • 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...
  • Won’t Stop

    The Stop Snitching DVD story just won't go away. Yesterday it caught up two city police officers mentioned by name in the DVD—William A. King and Antonio L. Murray—who were arrested by feds and charged with robbing drug dealers and selling...
  • Feature Hole

    Ghost Town: The Diamondback's Matt Santoni takes a very short pub crawl in College Park, discovering it's not so easy to create a college-town atmosphere there, thanks to limited liquor licenses and such. Also in the Diamondback, Emily Yahr goes on...
  • Two men want detectives made famous by David Simon to pay after flawed murder convictions put them in prison for decades

    James Owens is angry. "I get pissed off every time I think about this," the 53-year-old from Southeast Baltimore declares, sitting at a conference table in his lawyer's office. "I don't trust the cops," he says, his glasses only slightly shielding the...
  • Maryland GOP leader to answer to federal charges for impersonating Secret Service agent

    After three unsuccessful runs for the Howard County Board of Education, most recently last year, the electoral fortunes of 47-year-old Robert D. Ballinger II were already in doubt. But on June 26, they got decidedly worse. That's when Ballinger, an...
  • Alleged violations of state and federal minimum-wage laws

    Strippers work for tips-sometimes premium tips for premium, personalized services. This, the Nose knows. But though they work set shifts, are penalized for showing up late or otherwise failing to abide by club rules, and generally strip for only one...
  • Robert D. Ballinger II

    The perennial Howard County Board of Education candidate, supposed former staffer to Governor Robert Ehrlich, and former director of opposition research for the Maryland Republican Party "pretended to be a United States Secret Service special agent in...
  • "Rain Tax"

    Just when it seemed like the Maryland Republican Party had no reason to even bother putting up a fight, the state came along and approved a "stormwater fee," tacked onto Maryland homeowners' property-tax bills to help the state pay for pollution-control...
  • Saint or Sinner?

    Saint or Sinner?
    One summer in the early 1990s, as I settled into my job as a reporter for the Hartford, Conn., Advocate, the Hartford City Council took a junket to Baltimore to observe the wonders of the Inner Harbor. All returned pleased by the spectacle, and...