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Inside Maryland Politics

    

Fraser Smith and Karen Hosler, of the WYPR news team, talk about the tightening primary for the Democratic nomination to replace retiring Senator Barbara Mikulski and Rep. Donna Edwards' reputation for not playing well with others.

Haunted by her past?

Mar 4, 2016

Fraser Smith and John Lee, of the WYPR news team talk about former Mayor Sheila Dixon's corruption plea and how her opponents in the race for mayor are using it against her.

A tangled web

Mar 3, 2016

    

Fraser Smith and Kenneth Burns, of the WYPR news team, unravel the dueling appeals in the case of a Baltimore police ordered to testify against fellow officers in trials stemming from the death of Freddie Gray.

Keeping Millenials

Feb 11, 2016

    

Fraser Smith and Mileah Kromer, director of the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College, talk about what the next mayor has to do to keep millennials in the city after they've had children.

    

Fraser Smith and John Lee, of the WYPR news team, examine the Baltimore County Council's effort to phase out the storm water management fee, otherwise known as the dreaded "rain tax."

    

Just hours before Vice President Joe Biden announced he would not run for president, Fraser Smith and Dr. Mileah Kromer, of the Goucher Poll, talk about the effect Biden would have on the race, the first Democratic debate and the surge of Republican Dr. Ben Carson.

    

Fraser Smith and John Fritze, of the Baltimore Sun's Washington Bureau, wonder how much longer former Governor Martin O'Malley stays in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Fraser Smith and Tim Wheeler, of the Baltimore Sun, talk about Baltimore's crumbling water and sewer infrastructure, the cost of fixing it and how to pay for it.

    

Fraser Smith and Dr. Mileah Kromer, of the Goucher Poll, discuss the latest numbers in the Democratic presidential primary. They show that former Governor Martin O'Malley is trailing as badly in Maryland as in the rest of the nation.

    

Fraser Smith and Bryan Sears, of the Daily Record, discuss Governor Larry Hogan's move to cut some fees and what that means for the state budget.

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