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Joseph F. Steffen Jr. left Reisterstown's Franklin High School and quickly found a home in the rough-and-tumble world of politics, working mostly behind the scenes as a self-described "Prince of Darkness" on behalf of favorite Republicans - including, for...
Sun StaffAs Marylanders struggled to recover from Isabel's destruction, another storm hit early yesterday, dumping heavy rain on an already soaked region, renewing fears of flooding, forcing the closure of more roads and setting back efforts to restore power....
Sun StaffThe decision by Maryland's highest court this week to strike down Gov. Parris N. Glendening's redistricting map is giving Republicans renewed hope in their campaign to wrest control of the State House for the first time in more than 30 years. Even if the...
Sun StaffAuditors from a federal inspector general's office have begun an investigation of the National Flood Insurance Program's handling of claims from Tropical Storm Isabel, according to flood victims and Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski's office. Two flood victims...
Sun StaffJoseph F. Steffen Jr. left Reisterstown's Franklin High School and quickly found a home in the rough-and-tumble world of politics, working mostly behind the scenes as a self-described "Prince of Darkness" on behalf of favorite Republicans - including, for...
Sun StaffFor the past two weeks, insurance representatives, adjusters and federal inspectors have been parading through John and Donna Provenzano's 3-year-old Miller's Island home to assess the damage inflicted by Tropical Storm Isabel. The French doors on the...
Sun StaffDemocrat Kathleen Kennedy Townsend criticized her Republican opponent's record on health care issues yesterday while unveiling her own proposal to modernize and expand community medical centers that provide low-cost care to the poor and uninsured....
Sun StaffAdvocates for victims of Tropical Storm Isabel argued yesterday in favor of a Senate bill that would require the state's insurance commissioner to regulate the conduct of flood insurance agents and adjusters, a move they said could immediately help...
The winners Michael E. Busch: House speaker flexes muscle, outmaneuvers governor, stops slots. Cas Taylor's shoes fit just fine. Delaware and West Virginia: Maryland's gambling dollars continue to pay for their schools and roads, at least for one more...
Sun StaffThe state should step in to protect the rights of victims of Tropical Storm Isabel who have been shortchanged by their insurance companies, according to a report released yesterday by Maryland's former insurance commissioner. Based on a survey of...
Sun StaffThe Ehrlich administration released 14,500 e-mails and other documents yesterday from former aide Joseph F. Steffen Jr., revealing a portrait of a political operative who had regular access to the highest levels of government and was actively involved...
Sun StaffTop Democratic lawmakers blasted Maryland's insurance regulator yesterday for allowing HMOs to pass a 2 percent tax increase on to consumers without a close examination of industry finances, and a leading delegate called for a boycott of higher...
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