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David Plymyer: Restoring Trust in Baltimore Police Dept. Is Job No. 1

Baltimore mayoral candidate Mary Miller has said that city officials must stop treating the crime problem in Baltimore as a political hot potato, and...

John Sarbanes and Brian Frosh: Working to Reduce Youth Vaping and Tobacco Use

With the alarming rise in vaping among teenagers and adolescents, a new public health crisis is unfolding right before our eyes. At the state...

Opinion: A Plan for Pimlico Leaves the Starting Gate

For the past few years, I have written about why it made sense to close Pimlico Race Course and consolidate Maryland thoroughbred racing at...

Opinion: COLA for Md. Child Support Orders?

A legislative proposal on child support guidelines, House Bill 946, introduced by Delegates Kathleen M. Dumais (D-Montgomery), and Del. Michael E. Malone (R-Anne Arundel),...

Sen. Cory McCray: Correcting an Injustice

As the Maryland State Senator for the 45th Legislative District, I understand that there’s a phenomenal amount of work to do in education, crime,...

Opinion: The Modern Equivalent of a House Call

There is a quiet yet fundamental transformation taking place in health care. It’s telehealth.No longer do patients have to go to see their health...

Opinion: Business Leaders Want Kirwan Plan Fully Funded

As business leaders, we strongly support the Kirwan Commission legislation that would dramatically improve education practice, funding and accountability in Maryland.As business people, we are...

Frank DeFilippo: To Bloomberg or Not to Bloomberg?

To Bloomberg, or not to Bloomberg: that is the question before Maryland Democrats.The name Michael Bloomberg is writ large across Maryland, although many voters...

Opinion: To the Victors and the Spoilers, a Call for Better Voting

Maryland, we’ve got a problem.Let’s talk about the way we vote and how we allow winners to take office without earning a majority of...

Josh Kurtz: Cash in the Courtroom

One of the nice things about the General Assembly session is that the frenetic pace of political fundraising almost entirely comes to a halt...