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As the Annapolis Lobbying World Turns, Part 2

More developments in the Annapolis lobbying industry:The Bellamy Genn Group announced Tuesday that it is joining forces with a veteran government relations professional J....

Annapolis Lobbying Shop to Open PR Practice

Compass Government Relations Partners, a year-old Annapolis lobbying shop, is expanding into the communications and public relations realm. The firm is bringing on Brian...

MACo Preview: Still Crazy After All These Years

The 2018 Maryland Association of Counties summer convention carried the title “Water, Water, Everywhere.” And indeed, a primary focus of the sprawling and multi-dimensional...

Amid Spasm of Violence, Hogan Makes New Push for Stiffer Sentences

If Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s call for new mandatory minimum sentences for repeat violent offenders fails to generate fresh traction in Annapolis, it will...

Mulvaney: USDA Relocations Are Part of Plan to ‘Drain the Swamp’

White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney boasted earlier this month about the number of federal employees who quit their jobs after the Trump...
Democratic Party

Opinion: Democratic Party Should Take the Reins of Fiscal Responsibility

One year from now the Democratic Party will select its presidential nominee to run against Donald Trump, an incumbent president who is widely reviled...

Delaney, Seeking Donors, Offers to Split the Cut With Md. Dems

Self-funding a presidential campaign has its advantages.Instead of wasting time grubbing for money, you can put your hard-earned dollars to work immediately and hit...

Calvin Ball: A Cheerleader With Plenty to Cheer

Fourth in a series on new leaders in five major counties.Howard County Executive Calvin Ball is an optimist.So when a business owner made a...

Josh Kurtz: Being Brandon Scott

You’re Brandon Scott.After 6 ½ years on the Baltimore City Council, you’ve recently become Council president, following the resignation of scandal-plague mayor Catherine E....

Q&A: Cardin on Baltimore, Senate Life, and What He Tells Foreign Leaders Privately About...

Maryland Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin (D) found another reason to loathe President Trump last week.Cardin – a Baltimore native – was still fuming a...