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Inside Maryland Politics

Fraser Smith and Karen Hosler, of the WYPR news team, talk about Republican efforts to retake Maryland's Sixth Congressional District seat with a 74-year-old "young gun."

Mileah Krohmer, Associate Professor of Political Science at Goucher College joins Fraser to look at the most recent summer polls in Maryland.

    

Fraser Smith and Bryan Sears, of the Daily Record, talk about the politics of Governor Larry Hogan's plans to fulfill a long-standing desire of Comptroller Peter Franchot.

    

News Director Joel McCord and Rachel Baye, of the WYPR reporting team, take on the latest chapter in the feud between Gov. Larry Hogan and the General Assembly over transportation funding.

    

Fraser Smith and Andy Green, editorial page editor of the Baltimore Sun, take up former Mayor/Governor Martin O'Malley's defense of "broken windows" policing that was so sharply criticized in the recent Department of Justice report on the Baltimore police department.

Looking past November

Aug 3, 2016

Fraser Smith and Karen Hosler, of the WYPR reporting team, say Maryland politicians are looking past this year's presidential race and setting their sites on the next run for the governor's mansion in 2018.

    

Fraser Smith and John Fritze, of the Baltimore Sun's Washington bureau, talk about new Republican blood in Maryland's delegation to the GOP convention and presumptive nominee Donald Trump's vice presidential pick.

Fraser Smith and Andy Green, of the Baltimore Sun's editorial board, discuss the fall-out from the results of the police trials in the Freddie Gray case.

VPs, e-mail and trust

Jul 6, 2016

    

Fraser Smith and Melissa Deckman, chair of the political science department at Washington College, take up Donald Trump's vice presidential choice, Hillary Clinton's e-mail woes and the matter of trust.

    

Fraser Smith and John Fritze, of the Baltimore Sun's Washington Bureau, discuss potential changes in the gun control debate now that the GOP's presumptive nominee has veered from party orthodoxy.

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