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Opinion: A Doctor’s Opinion Of Obamacare

Good, hard-working Americans shouldn’t be forced to contemplate leaving their chosen profession as they are with federal laws such as Obamacare.


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Budget Comes Down To The Wire For State Lawmakers

It’s down to the wire for Maryland’s legislative session and just in time, lawmakers are trying to come to a compromise on the state’s embattled budget.


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Budget Work To Occupy House Much Of The Week

A package of budget measures will be keeping the Maryland House of Delegates busy this week.



Revenue In O’Malley’s Budget Plan To Come From Caps On Income Tax Deductions

Governor Martin O’Malley rolls out a budget with a price tag for Maryland families and local governments.


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O’Malley Talks About Teacher Pensions And Tolls

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says he has always favored the state paying all costs for teacher pensions, but will keep an open mind during a debate on whether to shift some of the costs to counties.


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Verizon Workers Hit Picket Lines From Mass. To Va.

Thousands of Verizon workers are on strike across the northeast over failed contract negotiations. Raising the question: Can you hear them now?


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Pension Controversy Reaches National Stage

Before, during and now months after it was passed, pension reform for those who serve Baltimore is sparking fiery controversy.


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Frederick Commisioners Drop Their Pensions

The Frederick County Commissioners are quitting the county’s employee pension plan.