Tag: Mickey Steinberg
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
Stone celebrates a half century at the State House
by Len Lazarick | May 2, 2012 | News | 0 |
First elected in 1962, Sen. Norman Stone is the longest serving member in the current Maryland General Assembly and the longest serving state senator in Maryland history. He is historical artifact in other ways: one of the last remaining fiscally and socially conservative Democrats – an opponent of tax hikes, abortion and gay marriage, a supporter of labor unions and the rights of workers and crime victims.Read More
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