Franchot backs education reform, but not mandated ...
By Len Lazarick | July 24, 2021 | Education, Election | 0 |
Sometimes the Truth Hurts
By Chris Anderson | August 31, 2020 | Commentary | 0 |
Surprise: Democrats propose more taxes as poll fin...
By Len Lazarick | February 25, 2020 | Commentary, Taxes | 5 |
Hogan vetoes Democratic-backed congressional redistricting plan
by Bryan Renbaum | December 9, 2021 | Governor, News | 0 |
Gov. Larry Hogan Thursday vetoed congressional redistricting legislation favored by Democrats. Hogan took that action in the middle of an afternoon news conference at the State House in Annapolis.The veto comes less than a day after the Senate voted to send the legislation to his desk.Read More
Franchot backs education reform, but not mandated Blueprint
by Len Lazarick | July 24, 2021 | Education, Election | 0 |
Like several of the nine Democratic candidates for governor, Comptroller Peter Franchot makes improving K-12 education part of his standard stump speech.
But Franchot refuses to even mention the Kirwan Commission and the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future the legislature enacted over the governor’s veto that establishes massive changes for public schools and pumps billions more into education.
Sometimes the Truth Hurts
by Chris Anderson | August 31, 2020 | Commentary | 0 |
Over the past week, I have received many calls from friends and family asking me about the recent videos by Kim Klacik. My response to them: “The truth hurts.”Read More
Surprise: Democrats propose more taxes as poll finds Marylanders think they’re already too high
by Len Lazarick | February 25, 2020 | Commentary, Taxes | 5 |
Stupid me for not reading the fine print when legislative leaders said they were not going to raise tax rates.Read More
Democrats consolidate power in Maryland with victories for Obama, Congress, questions
by Len Lazarick | November 7, 2012 | News | 2 |
In a state already dominated by Democrats, Maryland voters further consolidated the party’s power Tuesday.
The voters defeated the longest serving Republican congressman, clobbered congressional challengers to six Democratic incumbents, and approved all the ballot measures the great majority of Republican legislators had opposed, including same-sex marriage and expanded gambling.Read More
Legislative leaders say no new taxes next year, as O’Malley is now pledging
By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Senate President Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael Busch both said Thursday they expect no new taxes next year – as newly reelected Gov. Martin O’Malley has now promised two days in a...Read More
Analysis: Love letters from the party leaders
by Len Lazarick | February 16, 2010 | News | 0 |
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Democratic and Republican leaders in the House and Senate have been exchanging letters – even though they see each other every day. The letters testify to the enduring nature of their mutual disaffection.Read More
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