By Len Lazarick | Maryland Reporter With minimal debate, the Maryland Senate rejected a half dozen Republican attempts to further trim Gov. Martin O’Malley’s $39 billion budget Wednesday, and gave preliminary approval to the spending plan that will be sent to the House this week. The Senate Budget and Taxation Committee ultimately cut $492 million...
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By Len Lazarick | Maryland Reporter Much or all of an annual $300 million extra payment into Maryland’s pension system is on the chopping block as Senate budgeters seek to balance Gov. Martin O’Malley’s $39 billion budget at a voting session Friday. Show More Summary
Gov. Martin O'Malley pledged $25 million in state capital funding to add capacity and reduce crowding on the metro system of Washington on Wednesday, as part of a joint investment with Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Metro General Manager and CEO Richard Sarles on Feb. 26 applauded an increased capital commitment of $75 million by Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe and District of Columbia Mayor Vincent C. Gray, saying that it marked an...
Hey isn’t that… Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and newly minted Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe redefining the meaning of power hour at Nopa Kitchen + Bar in Penn Quarter on Friday night. The governors, both in town for the biannual National Governors Association meeting, enjoyed cocktails while chatting with billionaire businessman Robert Johnson and Orioles president Peter G. […]
WASHINGTON — The nation’s governors sound every bit as divided as Washington lawmakers on how best to help the nation’s economy. Democratic governors such as Maryland’s Martin O’Malley and Connecticut’s Dannel Malloy made pitches Sunday...Show More Summary
Who’s on the public affairs shows this weekend? Glad you asked: Sunday: ABC’s “This Week“: Guest host Martha Raddatz CBS’s “Face the Nation“: Governor Martin O’Malley (D-MD), Gov Bobby Jindal (R-LA), WaPo‘s Dan Balz, Politico‘s Jonathan...Show More Summary
The show’s production company recently threatened Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley in a letter to “break down our stage, sets and offices and set up in another state” if they do not receive further tax incentives to stay in the Old Line State.
By Glynis Kazanjian | Maryland Reporter Gov. Martin O’Malley’s office said Tuesday he stands by a state education department decision to move forward with administering the final Maryland School Assessment test in a few weeks, despite efforts by legislators, teachers, unions and school boards to stop it. Show More Summary
Gov. Brian Schweitzer is 58, Gov. Peter Shumlin is 57, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is 56 and Gov. Martin O'Malley is only 51. All of them are young enough they could easily wait to run in 2020, 2024, or even 2030.
While Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee in the 2016 presidential contest, has made headlines lately for the big-money-fueled super-PACs lining up in her corner, another potential Democratic contender, Maryland Gov.Show More Summary
By Len Lazarick | Maryland Reporter I wasn’t planning on testing the state’s new cell phone blocking technology unveiled Friday by Gov. Martin O’Malley at the Baltimore City jail. But a blown-out tire on East Madison Street across the street from back of the jail made me do it. Show More Summary
Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D) is prepared to run for President in 2016. He told the Washington Post he can’t wait for Hillary Clinton to announce her decision before laying the groundwork necessary. From the Washington Post: “I have a great deal of respect for Hillary Clinton,” O’Malley said. “But for my own part, I [...]
Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is preparing a presidential bid. In some of his most extensive comments to date on his aspirations, O’Malley (D) said he has been meeting with foreign- and domestic-policy experts privately to flesh out his thinking about “a better way forward for our country.” And he said that he would make a […]
By Len Lazarick | Maryland Reporter Maryland Treasurer Nancy Kopp told lawmakers Thursday that she opposed Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposed $100 million cut in the pension contribution, and said it would undermine trust by the state’s bond rating agencies. Show More Summary
Baltimore (CNN) - Gov. Martin O’Malley told reporters on Monday that while he is focused on his last year as governor, he is also weighing the possibility of a presidential run in 2016. “Leadership is important and we will have a need for a new leader once President Obama’s term in office is over,” O’Malley […]
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley delivered his annual State of the State address with the aid of a teleprompter. We know he used a teleprompter, because he began his conclusion by saying, with gravitas and rhetorical flourish, "Conclusion."
By Len Lazarick | Maryland Reporter From my usual corner at the back of the House of Delegates chamber, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s eighth and final State of the State address seemed one of his better efforts. Think what you might of O’Malley’s accomplishments during the past seven years — the real subject of the... Show More Summary
Yesterday, Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley gave his State of the State speech. Things were going well... until the governor paid accidental tribute to Anchorman and read the subhead "conclusion" from the teleprompter. Read more...