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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Nurture bipartisan efforts [Editorial]

    Optimists will see Wednesday's love-fest between Democrats and Republicans at the opening of the legislative session as a breath of fresh air, a sure sign of new era of bipartisanship. Pessimists will view it as little more than the political...
  • ACLU raises concerns over homeland security appointee

    ACLU raises concerns over homeland security appointee
    The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland raised concerns Wednesday about Gov.-elect Larry Hogan's choice of former Maryland State Police Superintendent┬áThomas E. “Tim" Hutchins to head the state's homeland security office, pointing to the...
  • Bipartisanship on parade

    Bipartisanship on parade
    "Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God," Del. Samuel I. "Sandy" Rosenberg said, quoting Jesus from Matthew 5:9, in the opening invocation of this year's House of Delegates session. It was something of the theme of the...
  • The Hogan environmental agenda

    The Hogan environmental agenda
    In appointing former Harford County Executive David Craig to head Maryland's planning department last week, Gov.-elect Larry Hogan acknowledged he's sensitive to criticism of anti-sprawl policies collectively known as "smart growth." He promised to...
  • Hogan names Democrat Keiffer Mitchell as special adviser

    Hogan names Democrat Keiffer Mitchell as special adviser
    Gov.-elect Larry Hogan reinforced his vow of bipartisanship while also signaling a potential fight with Democrats over mass transit as he announced more staff appointments Tuesday. Hogan said a prominent Baltimore Democrat, former Del. Keiffer Mitchell,...
  • Activists mount clean power push against political headwinds

    Activists mount clean power push against political headwinds
    Pushing against a stiff political headwind, environmental activists and their allies are urging Maryland lawmakers to double down on the state's commitment to "clean" electricity. As the General Assembly began its 90-day session in Annapolis this week,...
  • Maryland governor says he will commute sentences of state's last 4 death-row inmates to life

    In one of his final acts as governor, Democrat Martin O'Malley announced Wednesday that he will commute the sentences of four death-row inmates to life in prison without parole. Two years ago, the General Assembly abolished the death penalty, leaving...
  • New Jersey Gov. Christie comes to Maryland for Hogan

    New Jersey Gov. Christie comes to Maryland for Hogan
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan got a helping hand Wednesday from one of his party's best-known figures as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came to Maryland to raise money for the GOP. Christie, chair of the Republican Governors...
  • Letter: Carroll has little clout in Annapolis

    Delegate Sue Krebs is now asking Marylanders to pass a constitutional amendment to stop the governor and the state legislators from raiding the Transportation Trust fund. Did Krebs try to protect the citizens of Maryland when then Gov. Robert Ehrlich...
  • History, lessons and politics: Three former Md. governors reminisce

    ANNAPOLIS - Three former Maryland governors say leading the state was a fulfilling job they would gladly do again - although they don't miss the stress and discouraging political infighting. In a wide-ranging interview arranged by Capital Gazette...
  • Ruppersberger must decide whether to run

    Dutch Ruppersberger has a major decision to make. Will the former Baltimore County Executive, who represents much of this area in Congress, run for governor? It won't be an easy call for the five-term Democrat. Ruppersberger has broad name recognition...
  • Stormwater tax unpopular but necessary

    When your property tax bill arrived by mail last week, you may not have noticed a slight addition: an extra $21, $32 or $39 - depending on your type of residence - for "Stormwater Remediation." This is overdue recognition that stormwater pouring from...