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Martin O’Malley Gets a Taste of His Own Medicine

Posted: August 7, 2015 at 9:40 pm   /   Newsletter

By Nick Peang-Meth Election cycle after election cycle, in both local and statewide races, Republican candidates have found that getting a debate with their opponents is like trying to justify their liberal policies – it simply cannot be done. Recently, our slate of Republican candidates for the state house was unable to secure any kind […]

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Hogan Closes Baltimore Detention Center

Posted: August 7, 2015 at 9:35 pm   /   Newsletter

By Nick Peang-Meth Last week, Gov. Larry Hogan took swift action and closed a Baltimore jail that has caused nothing but problems for the state and the city. The Baltimore City Detention Center is the only city jail in the country that was run by a state government, and caused former Gov. Martin O’Malley headaches […]

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Montgomery County Ag Fair

Posted: August 1, 2015 at 8:47 am   /   Newsletter

Please sign up for a day or two or three to volunteer at the MCGOP Fair Tent August 14 – 22, 2015. Click here to Sign up

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The Reality of Obamacare Hits Home

Posted: July 26, 2015 at 10:32 pm   /   Newsletter

By Pat Fenati While going door-to-door during my campaign last October, I spoke with a voter who told me his wife needed surgery. Since their deductible was $12,000, she planned to postpone the surgery until 2015 rather than use the deductible late in 2014 and face another $12,000 fee a few months later. For all […]

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Stuck on the Beltway? Virginia Offers Congestion Ideas to Maryland

Posted: July 26, 2015 at 12:11 am   /   Newsletter

By Mark Uncapher Public attention on Maryland transportation planning issues has primarily focused on the Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties’ Purple Line and Baltimore’s Red Line since Larry Hogan became governor. The largely limited impact these two projects would actually have on congestion has often been lost. Planners estimate that the Purple Line would add […]

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