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  • Put 'trust' back in Transportation Trust Fund [Letter]

    Put 'trust' back in Transportation Trust Fund [Letter]
    A proposed state constitutional amendment creating a firewall for the Transportation Trust Fund will be on the ballot this fall, and while the legislation is flawed, it deserves voter support. The legislation (Senate Bill 829 of 2013) received...
  • George Harman: Unbought and unbossed [Letter]

    I must say I found reporter Michael Dresser's perspective on the Baltimore County executive's race quite unbalanced ("Baltimore County executive race is financial mismatch," Aug. 26). Mismatch, there most definitely is. And I believe the people of...
  • Hogan bus draws stares, raises eyebrows

    Hogan bus draws stares, raises eyebrows
    When Republican Larry Hogan has someplace special to be in his bid for governor, he arrives in a giant, rock star-style bus emblazoned with his campaign logo. The monstrous Change Maryland Express functions partly as a rolling billboard, a backdrop...
  • Maryland campaigns kick into action

    Maryland campaigns kick into action
    After a summer spent laying the groundwork, candidates across Maryland are launching their campaigns this week. From fiercely fought legislative races to the lively governor's contest at the top of the ticket, the onslaught of television, mail and...
  • Neverdon loses again as he strives for place on November ballot

    Neverdon loses again as he strives for place on November ballot
    Veteran defense attorney Russell A. Neverdon Sr. has lost another battle in his effort to get his name on the November ballot as a candidate for Baltimore state's attorney. Baltimore Circuit Judge Martin P. Welch ruled against Neverdon on Tuesday in...
  • Obama to attend fundraiser in Baltimore

    Obama to attend fundraiser in Baltimore
    President Barack Obama will visit Baltimore on Friday for a fundraiser intended to help Democrats defend their Senate majority, a White House official said today. Obama, who last spent time in the city in May 2013, will attend a fundraiser to benefit...
  • Harford's community councils face uncertain fate after elections

    Harford's community councils face uncertain fate after elections
    For the past decade, Harford County's community councils have given residents outside of Bel Air, Havre de Grace and Aberdeen a place to air their views and also given county officials a way to connect with the public. After November's election,...
  • Hogan accuses Brown of illegal coordination

    Hogan accuses Brown of illegal coordination
    Republican Larry Hogan filed a formal elections complaint against Anthony G. Brown last week, accusing his Democratic opponent of illegally coordinating with a political action committee in the race for governor. Hogan alleges that Brown's campaign...
  • Is Romney contemplating another run? [Commentary]

    Is Romney contemplating another run? [Commentary]
    As the crystal ball on the 2016 Republican presidential nomination remains cloudy, two-time loser Mitt Romney appears willing at least to entertain the possibility of trying a third time. In addition to occasional comments on matters he knows a lot...
  • Double-voting not the only opportunity for fraud [Letter]

    Double-voting not the only opportunity for fraud [Letter]
    Each of our board members read The Sun's editorial, "Double voting? Not necessarily" (Sept. 2), and came away with mixed thoughts. We nonetheless thank you for encouraging Maryland to pursue legal action against those who voted twice in Maryland and...
  • Congress returns to work, faces tight deadline on federal funding

    Congress returns to work, faces tight deadline on federal funding
    Lawmakers return to Capitol Hill on Monday amid a backdrop of world crises and a looming showdown over immigration. But they're set to focus most of their effort this month on a more fundamental task: keeping the federal government open. Fresh off summer...
  • Indecision in the White House [Commentary]

    Indecision in the White House [Commentary]
    Sept. 11, 2001 changed us in many ways. Suddenly, a post-cold war America was again at war, this time with radical Islam. Many of us did not realize that our terrorist enemies had been at war with us for many years. Soon, American special forces were on...