Jun
11
2015
1

My Watchdog.org piece on a possible PA Obamacare exchange is up.

Found here. Short version: the new governor wants it, the state legislature maybe doesn’t, and everybody’s waiting for King v. Burwell.  What fun…

May
28
2015
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My watchdog.org piece on Maryland mandatory sentencing reform is up.

Found here.  Short version: they’re fiddling with some of the fiddly bits.  And, honestly, I think that giving judges a little more flexibility isn’t the problem now that it was in the Death Wish era.

May
27
2015
4

My Watchdog.org post on civil asset forfeiture is up.

Found here.  Short version: Larry Hogan vetoed it, and I kind of wish he hadn’t. Civil asset forfeiture is kind of massively uncool.

May
19
2015
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My Watchdog.org piece on Maryland online sales tax disputes is up.

Link here. Short version: big hotels versus travel agencies. And the governor of Maryland stuck in the middle.

May
18
2015
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My Watchdog.org post on NY charter schools is up.

Found here. Short version: everybody hates Bill De Blasio when it comes to charter schools. Except unions.  Go figure.

May
13
2015
3

My Watchdog.org piece on the Purple Line is up.

Link here. Short version: the thing about the DC Metro Purple Line… well, it’s a regional Maryland thing. You actually would understand, but you might not care anyway. I kind of want it myself, but I recognize that there are some pretty good fiscal arguments against it.

May
05
2015
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My Watchdog.org piece on Texas charter schools is up.

Found here.  Short version: they like the idea, over in Texas. Which may make a difference in 2016.

Apr
27
2015
2

My Watchdog.org post on Maryland SNAP oversight is up.

Link here. Short version: it’s not very oversight-y. Yes, I know, shocking.

Apr
22
2015
1

My Watchdog.org Earth Day post is up.

You can find it here.  Short version: clean up the Earth? These people can’t even pick up after themselves.

Apr
20
2015
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My Watchdog.org post on TPP/TPA is up.

Found here. Short version: fast-track on trade treaties proceeds apace.  Whether the hard-Left half of the Democratic party likes it, or not.

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