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  1. $141M later, Cox Creek sewer plant discharge now clean enough to drinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | The Maryland Gazette

    ... reduce pollutants the plant releases back into the creek, Public Works Director Chris Phipps said. Former Gov. Bob Ehrlich , County Executive Steve Schuh, Maryland Environment Secretary Ben Grumbles and other state and county officials marked the ...


  2. Family, friends gather to dedicate Maryland bridge to fallen MarineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 2 | Stars and Stripes

    ... Republican Del. Kathy Szeliga, who represents Harford and Baltimore counties, and former Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich spoke briefly at the ceremony. Norman, who said he has known Martina Burger for more than 30 years, presented her with a citation ...


  3. Some Of Trump's New Election Investigators Don't Seem To Have Much Election ExperienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 22 | Switched

    ... mention of work on voting or elections. He formed a Hispanic commission to support the campaign of Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich (R) in 2003 and has served on the Maryland Economic Development Commission and the Baltimore Board of Education. His ...


  4. What do burgers, fries, and economic growth have to do with each other?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2017 | Washington Examiner

    A few weeks ago, I wrote about a number of the less-publicized but nevertheless important policy changes brought about by the Trump administration. These initiatives are not the stuff of bold headlines but rather sector-specific injunctions that have serious impact on job creation and economic growth.


  5. Mission accomplished, comradeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | Washington Examiner

    Big News! Look what I found in a plain manila envelope buried in a pumpkin patch in Carroll County, Maryland, last week: Your plan worked to perfection - so well in fact that we believe at some point in the next year, the Democrats will blame the Republicans for being in cahoots with us. I'm not kidding.


  6. Maryland governor appoints chief judge to appellate courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2017 | WMDT

    The Republican governor announced the appointment of Judge Patrick Woodward to the position on the Court of Special Appeals on Friday.


  7. Democrats call for investigation into fundraiser emails from Hogan appointeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Democrats are asking state election officials to investigate whether an appointee of Gov. Larry Hogan broke campaign laws by raising money for the governor during the General Assembly session. The Maryland Democratic Party filed a complaint Tuesday alleging Insurance Commissioner Al Redmer Jr. solicited campaign donations for Hogan one week before the session ended Monday.


  8. A downward spiralRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2017 | Washington Examiner

    Character assassination has long been a spectator sport in Washington, D.C. Indeed, history buffs regale us with sordid tales of libel, slander and assorted other methods of reputational damage - committed by the Founding Fathers, no less! Even our most revered leaders - Lincoln, FDR, Kennedy, and Reagan - engaged or employed surrogates to torch their political opponents and dissenting members of the fourth estate. I'm in the habit of reminding audiences of such history whenever I hear a questioner bemoan the vitriol associated with today's political discourse.


  9. Robert Ehrlich's opinion is intellectually lazyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2017 | The News-Review

    Okay, Bob, it sounds like you watched a few PBS programs for Black History Month. Did you make a donation to PBS, too? If you haven't, you should as federal funding for PBS is on the Republican chopping block.


  10. Bob Ehrlich of DTC Perspectives Should Do Better Research & Fact...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2017 | Pharma Marketing Blog

    I just received an email missive from Bob Ehrlich , Chairman of DTC Perspectives, Inc., with the subject line "Media Misreporting Advertising Off-label Use." Ehrlich said "I was shocked to see media stories saying DTC may expand to cover off label use.


  11. Maryland should make parole a meaningful part of sentencing againRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2017 | The Washington Post

    The U.S. prison population has been declining in recent years, but the United States still has a higher percentage of its citizens incarcerated than any other industrialized country. Growing bipartisan support for reforming the $80 billion prison system and developing alternatives to mass incarceration has focused mostly on sentencing alternatives for people convicted of non-violent offenses.


  12. 5 up-and-coming GOP governors to watchRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2017 | Washington Examiner

    Here are five GOP governors to watch over the next two years. All are still in their first term and each faces his own challenges governing in the age of President Trump .


  13. Windsor High School will induct five alumnus and instructors into 2017 Athletic Hall of FameRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2017 | Windsor Now

    The Windsor High School Athletic Hall of Fame 2017 induction ceremony starts at 6 p.m., April 26 at the Pelican Lakes Banquet Room, 1600 Pelican Lakes Point, in Windsor. The Windsor High School Athletic Hall of Fame recently announced the addition of five new members to the distinguished club.


  14. Busch: Session will show difference in two parties' 'values'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2017 | Daily Record

    House Speaker Michael E. Busch enters the 2017 General Assembly session in his 14th year as speaker - the longest in the history of the state. During half of that tenure has been under a Republican governor - first Robert Ehrlich and then Larry Hogan.


  15. All-Door Boarding Can Save Time for Bus Riders - If Transit Agencies Embrace ItRead the original story

    Jan 4, 2017 |

    ... bus rapid transit. Democrat Martin O'Malley and local environmentalists lobbied for light rail while Republican Bob Ehrlich's push for bus rapid transit was largely seen as an effort to "obfuscate, alter, study and delay" [] How substantial are the ...


  16. State Center's departureRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2016 | The Baltimore Sun

    Canceling a $1.5 billion economic development project in midtown Baltimore, a city in desperate need of jobs and investment, ought to raise somebody's hackles, or has the city simply run out of defenders in Annapolis? Last month's decision by the Board of Public Works to withdraw leases, and thus cancel, the State Center redevelopment - an ambitious mixed use, transit-oriented redevelopment first envisioned when Robert Ehrlich Jr., a Republican, was governor of Maryland - hardly raised a whimper. Perhaps that was a tribute to Gov. Larry Hogan 's last-minute holiday season timing that caught so many off-guard.


  17. Santa, Kids, 'God Help Us' Got Write-in Votes for PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2016 | NBC Washington

    Bono, Paul McCartney, Tom Brady and Stephen Colbert got votes. So, too, did Snoopy, Mickey Mouse, a local seventh grade soccer player, a high school social studies teacher and a Baltimore radio disc jockey.


  18. Chip DiPaula, Michelle A. Gourdine, M.D., Louis P. Jenkins Jr., Esq., ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2016 | Daily Record

    Chip DiPaula, Michelle A. Gourdine, M.D., Louis P. Jenkins Jr., Esq., Robert "Bob" D. Rauch, P.E. and Antonio P. Salazar, Esq. have been named to the University of Maryland Medical System Board of Directors.


  19. Holiday train gardens reflect heritage, traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2016 | The Baltimore Sun

    Organizer Connie Atkinson talks about the nearly quarter-century tradition of the Christmas train garden at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department. Organizer Connie Atkinson talks about the nearly quarter-century tradition of the Christmas train garden at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department.


  20. Trump's Way Ahead - A Strong CabinetRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2016 | Townhall

    As wider Cabinet choices are made by President-elect Trump, optimism should grow. Beyond national security, the incoming team has a deep bench to draw from.