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David Plymyer

Public transparency proposals shouldn’t be politicized — and lawmakers should fix the general inadequacy of Maryland’s public information laws.

Lawyer and commentator (and Democrat) David Plymyer blames Attorney General Brian Frosh, rather than Gov. Larry Hogan, for the state’s big legal bill.

Getting elected by the voters alone is not sufficient to qualify a person to serve as a member of the Maryland General Assembly. Before…

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan painted a legal target on the back of his former chief of staff Roy McGrath at his news conference on…

I am responding to David Plymyer’s predictably negative commentary regarding legislation to enact development impact fees in Baltimore County (Maryland Matters, June 21). For…

Before Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. announced the proposed county budget for the next fiscal year, I had my doubts what kind of…

There is a moral to the story of House Bill 1052 which, if passed by the Maryland General Assembly and enacted into law, would…

A significant number of Baltimore City residents and their politicians are fighting a pitched battle to prevent Johns Hopkins University and Hospital from gaining…

The Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services has opened an investigation into the hiring of a Greensboro police officer involved in the…

Many questions arise from the death of 19-year-old Anton Black at the hands of officers of the Greensboro Police Department on Maryland’s Eastern Shore….