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  • O'Malley: Highway bill means 10,000 jobs for Md.

    A $100 billion transportation bill President Barack Obama signed into law Friday will put 10,000 people in Maryland to work on state bridges and roads and represents "what can actually be accomplished if Congress comes together," Gov.Martin O'Malley said in an interview.
  • Budget hell on wheels?

    Budget hell on wheels?
    Amtrak, long one of the favorite whipping boys of fiscal conservatives, is getting another thrashing from Mitt Romney and the Republicans. From all the attacks, one might think that the nation's bargain-basement passenger rail system was the cause of...

    Meanwhile, in other Congressional idiocy…

    Meanwhile, in other Congressional idiocy…
    If anyone was worried that the much-belated move to raise the debt ceiling was an indication that fiscal sanity was taking hold in Washington, they can put those fears aside. The Federal Aviation Administration continues to be held hostage by House...

    VA clinic at Baldwin Park should stay open

    VA clinic at Baldwin Park should stay open
    If the bean-counters in Washington need a few reasons to keep the Veterans Affairs clinic near Baldwin Park open when the new VA hospital opens in Lake Nona, I can give them three. Their names are Patrick Egan, Nora Sawmiller and William Perdue Jr....

    'Complete streets' allow for safety of all who use roadways

    'Complete streets' allow for safety of all who use roadways
    In 2012, the most recent year for which data are available, 69 pedestrians and cyclists were killed in the Orlando metropolitan area — lives cut tragically short because we have failed to make common-sense, low-cost investments in safety. The sad...