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  • Gansler, Brown set abysmal example [Letter]

    Gansler, Brown set abysmal example [Letter]
    I want to personally thank Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Attorney General Douglas Gansler. They have paved the way for someone such as myself, a registered Maryland Democrat, to give serious reflection to the non-Democratic gubernatorial candidates and their...
  • Why unhappy Marylanders flee [Letter]

    Why unhappy Marylanders flee [Letter]
    At the very end of your editorial on Maryland's unhappy residents you brought up a very interesting point but then failed to address it: People retire to Florida ("Maryland's unhappy residents," May 9). They do it for two main reasons: The weather and...
  • Anatomy of a smear [Editorial]

    Anatomy of a smear  [Editorial]
    Nobody brings out the Republican long knives quite like Hillary Clinton does, and this week, Comedy Central's Jon Stewart coined the perfect name for it: "Brainghazi." It's the merging of the umpteenth investigation of Benghazi with the latest slander...
  • Gansler unveils plan for veterans, criticizes Brown

    Gansler unveils plan for veterans, criticizes Brown
    Democratic gubernatorial candidate Douglas F. Gansler unveiled a plan Wednesday to improve state services for veterans while taking a swipe at rival Anthony G. Brown over the O'Malley administration's management of the state Department of Veterans...
  • O'Malley signs transgender rights bill

    O'Malley signs transgender rights bill
    Gov. Martin O'Malley signed legislation Thursday making Maryland one of a handful of states to extend anti-discrimination laws to protect transgender people. The transgender rights legislation, which prohibits discrimination in employment and housing,...
  • Next Harford chief deputy says new job is one he couldn't turn down

    Next Harford chief deputy says new job is one he couldn't turn down
    Edward Hopkins, a retired lieutenant with the Harford County Sheriff's Office, who has been its chief spokesman for the last year and a half, has been appointed chief deputy, effective July 1. Hopkins will replace Col. Greg Carlevaro, who is retiring to...
  • Shades of 1978? [Commentary]

    Shades of 1978? [Commentary]
    On September 10, 1978, two days before the Maryland primary election, The Baltimore Sun published a poll showing Lt. Gov. Blair Lee III — who was acting governor in the wake of Gov. Marvin Mandel's political corruption conviction the previous year...
  • Ehrlich's hypothetical arguments don't ring true [Letter]

    Ehrlich's hypothetical arguments don't ring true [Letter]
    I am grateful to columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. for bringing to my attention the deplorable conditions inflicted on entrepreneurs by President Barack Obama ("Building a business is bad under Obama," May11). I admit to being a bit surprised that such...
  • Regional additive manufacturing authority established in Harford

    Regional additive manufacturing authority established in Harford
    Gov. Martin O'Malley signed a bill Thursday creating a regional 3D printing and additive manufacturing authority in collaboration with the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground. The bill, creating the Northeast Maryland Additive...
  • A wide-open race for redrawn district in Baltimore, Howard counties

    A wide-open race for redrawn district in Baltimore, Howard counties
    For the first time in more than a decade, the sprawling House of Delegates district that extends from southwest Baltimore County through Howard County is in play. With three long-serving incumbents retiring from District 12, a large field of competitors...
  • Candidates line up for six Harford school board seats to be filled by voters

    Candidates line up for six Harford school board seats to be filled by voters
    Six seats on the Harford County Board of Education will be filled in this year's election, the first time that's happened since state legislation passed five years ago setting up a board with six elected and three appointed members. One board member...
  • WBFF sets Democratic debate for May 27 with or without Brown

    WBFF sets Democratic debate for May 27 with or without Brown
    WBFF-TV, the Sinclair-owned Fox affiliate in Baltimore, will host a Democratic gubernatorial debate May 27, the station said Friday. Anchor Jennifer Gilbert will moderate the debate between Attorney General Douglas Gansler and Delegate Heather Mizeur....