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Past, Present And Future

The session was filled with high energy, high expectation, high drama, high disappointments and the inevitable high costs. more

Reflections On The Legislative Session

After the historic re-election of Governor Larry Hogan, I was hopeful the Democratic majority in the General Assembly would be more willing to work with him on behalf of the citizens of our state. more

Heated Debate On Political Scholarships

Simply put: I believe politicians should not use taxpayer dollars to personally award scholarships to their constituents. more

Changes In Anne Arundel County

We are implementing plans and forging partnerships that will improve delivery of service, better protect our communities and strengthen courthouse security. more

Spending Your Money: County Budget Coming Up

Here are some of the budget priorities we heard from residents. more

What Do We Want From Government, And How Will We Pay For It?

Information is empowering. more

Judicial Transparency Is Needed

One of the primary duties of government is to keep its citizens safe from criminals who would do them harm. more

Problems: Our Greatest Gift?

I am deeply concerned that we have witnessed an environment that teaches kids that they are entitled to a life without pain or problems. more

Political Leadership Or Constituent Representation

I wonder how many people feel as if their government is primarily focused on their best interest. more

A Reckless, Costly And Unnecessary Proposal

This legislative proposal is nothing more than political retribution for my efforts to advocate Maryland’s craft brewing industry. more

Corine Frank Announces Board Of Ed Candidacy

Born and raised in Pasadena, Frank is a Chesapeake High graduate. more

The Lighted Path Forward

These next four years promise to be the most rewarding of my career. more

Positive News From Annapolis

While plenty of news coming out of Washington, D.C., is negative and divisive, I want to share some positive news coming out of Annapolis. more

Miscommunication, Racism And A Garden

I love this community and I am proud to call it my home, but we are not immune to real problems. more

Acknowledging The Experiences Of Others

The problems are county-wide and, frankly, country-wide. And the issues are bigger than what is happening in the schools. more

Letter To The Editor: Reform HOA Laws Now

In past years, many people have supported Maryland to license HOA and condo associations, but no bills or laws were passed yet to enact it. more

Letter To The Editor: Angels Among Us

These wonderful individuals are the real angels among us! They’re our families, our delightful friends, neighbors and the people we surround ourselves with. more

Resolutions On 287(G)

The Anne Arundel County Council debated Councilman Nathan Volke’s resolutions to reinstate the 287(g) immigrant screening program. more

Update From The General Assembly

It’s not too late to reach out to me regarding issues that you’d like to see addressed in the community or legislatively. more

America And Anne Arundel County

For someone who came as a newbie to politics with only a desire to restore the voice of the people in Annapolis, I am honored again to represent the people of Pasadena. more
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