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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Hogan promises atmosphere of 'trust and cooperation'

    Hogan promises atmosphere of 'trust and cooperation'
    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan pledged bipartisanship and offered a conciliatory tone during his snowy inauguration Wednesday, promising "to create an environment of trust and cooperation, where the best ideas rise to the top based on upon their merit."...
  • Future looks bright for short-term delegate Cavey

    When the Maryland General Assembly kicked off its 90-day session a week ago, two members of the House of Delegates from Baltimore County were missing. One of them is a familiar name to people living in rural parts of the county — Del. Wade Kach, a...
  • New governor has several key appointments to make in Harford

    New governor has several key appointments to make in Harford
    As Larry Hogan officially takes office as Maryland's new governor Wednesday in Annapolis, the clock starts ticking for hundreds of appointed positions in counties around the state in which occupants serve at the pleasure of the governor. Of particular...
  • Freshman Del. Chris West takes his place in the General Assembly

    Freshman Del. Chris West takes his place in the General Assembly
    On move-in day at the House Office Building on Jan. 12, freshman Del. Chris West carried in armloads of files. He also carried a bag of M&Ms, imprinted with his campaign slogan, "Go West" a gift from his wife, Anne. He had seen his name added to the...
  • Hogan's middle temperament

    Hogan's middle temperament
    Change came to Annapolis today with the inauguration of Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. as Maryland's 62nd governor, just the third Republican to hold that post in the last half-century. But if his inaugural address and festivities are any indication, that change...
  • Right Stuff: Unions are nervous as Hogan takes office

    Right Stuff: Unions are nervous as Hogan takes office
    Governor-elect Larry Hogan will be sworn in tomorrow, and public employees unions are nervous. They know that, to borrow a phrase from President Obama, "elections have consequences." Perhaps they fear Hogan will treat them as badly as they treated him,...
  • 'Rain tax' ripe for repeal? [Editorial]

    'Rain tax' ripe for repeal? [Editorial]
    Popularly known as the "Rain Tax," and with a measure of justification, the annual stormwater remediation fee of $12.50 per household being charged by Harford County is the focus of a repeal effort. The fee is flawed. The $12.50 being charged could be...
  • RCC has a Virginia moment

    Is it better for a large group of people to reach a consensus that takes them in the wrong direction or for a small group of people to reach a consensus that may be similarly wrong-headed? All over the county this past week people were complaining about...
  • What's next for O'Malley?

    What's next for O'Malley?
    As Gov. Martin O'Malley turns over the reins of power Wednesday to a leader who won by criticizing his tenure, the big question for the outgoing governor is whether his political career will continue. In the short term, O'Malley will deliver paid...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...