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    I had the best experience during a mediation recently – an all-female, eight-hour phone mediation. Now, you would think that the eight-hour phone part sounds daunting, but it was actually the getting up at 4 a.m. only to miss my flight because BWI security was a nightmare part that was horrible. Because I then had ...
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  • Hogan draws line in Ocean City sand over Kirwan, taxes August 17, 2019
    OCEAN CITY — Gov. Larry Hogan drew a line in the sand Saturday, declaring he would not allow tax increases to be used to pay for a statewide education proposal whose costs would approach $4 billion annually. Speaking at an annual gathering of county leaders and legislators from around the state, Hogan said he was ...
    Bryan P. Sears
  • Best Week, Worst Week: Md. economy gets S. Korean boost; Harford firm loses $45M award August 17, 2019
    Maryland’s economy got a boost this week from two deals concerning South Korean-focused business interests, while a Harford County company is down in the dumps after losing a $45 million jury award over wanting to use its property as a rubble landfill. Three Maryland biotech companies spun out from Johns Hopkins University’s startup incubator will ...
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