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Let’s go to Howard County where their entire delegation is promoting a meager $19,000 in new waste spending in SB0612/HB0656...
This week we travel to Montgomery County for our Waste of the Week as we profile a string of bond..
This week, we travel to Anne Arundel County for our Waste of the Week. We have HB0338 proposing a quarter million..
This week, we travel to Howard County home of Senator Edward Kasemeyer (D) who is proposing a quarter million in..
This week for our Waste of the Week, we travel to Talbot County where Delegates Johnny Mautz (R) and Christopher Adams..
Welcome to the new legislative session in Maryland, same as the old legislative session. As the new session is now..
In 2013, Dr. Dance rolled out the “One to One” initiative in Baltimore County. The initiative was approved in 2014..
In Baltimore County, there are a number of important elected and unelected posts as there are all across the country...
Baltimore County operates a 450 acre park which is owned by Baltimore City called “Robert E. Lee Park.” Sounds confusing, because..
This week we’ll travel to Montgomery County to discuss $400,000 in new state debt proposed by a collection of Senators..
This week we move over to Frederick County to check out new proposed state debt by Delegates Carol Krimm (D) and Karen..
Delegates Cory McCray (D), Talmadge Branch (D), Cheryl Glenn (D) and Senator Nathaniel McFadden (D) have proposed this week’s $400,000 in..
This week we travel to Talbot County to a quarter million in new debt proposed by recently elected State Senator..
Today we move to Prince George’s County to proposed $200,000 in new state debt proposed by Delegates Fennell (D), Campos (D), and Tarlau (D) as..
This week we’ll travel to Montgomery County to discuss $300,000 in new state debt proposed by a collection of Senators..
This week for our Waste of the Week we travel from Frederick County into Baltimore City for a smaller piece..
Welcome one and all to the new 2015 legislative session in Annapolis. We have many a new faces in the..