Tag: Harry Hughes
Rascovar: Maryland should abolish Lt. Governor post
by Maryland Reporter | November 30, 2014 | Commentary, News | 11 |
If we learned anything from Anthony Brown’s eight years as Maryland lieutenant governor it’s that the office isn’t worth the taxpayer dollars it consumes.
Indeed, there is no good reason to have a lieutenant governor. There are sound fiscal and management reasons to abolish it.Read More
So long, Jeffrey, hello, Fred – the back story on a building’s new name
by Len Lazarick | February 13, 2012 | Annapolitics Blog, News | 1 |
The Board of Public Works last Wednesday renamed the Jeffrey Building a half-block down from the State House for Fred Wineland, the longest serving secretary of state in Maryland history. But what of the poor Jeffrey for whom the building was named in 1966? It wasn’t until Wednesday that Gov. Harry Hughes learned of the connection to his own career.Read More
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