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Josh Hicks
Covering Maryland politics for The Washington Post. Previously anchored the Post's Federal Eye blog.
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Josh Hicks Feb 17
“I can’t afford the best drugs on the market ... and I have good insurance." Maryland weighs plan to cap the cost of brand-name drugs
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Josh Hicks Feb 16
Bill that would make Maryland a national test case for controlling drug costs has garnered broad legislative support in Annapolis but could put the state on a legal collision course with the pharmaceutical industry.
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Josh Hicks Feb 13
Wine magnate is throwing his support -- and money -- behind ’s bid for Maryland governor
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Josh Hicks Feb 12
In abrupt shift, federal government proposes keeping FBI downtown rather than moving to Md or Va. By
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Josh Hicks Feb 12
Wife of 80-year-old state Sen. Ulysses Currie accompanies him to work each day. Some say she assists him with duties. By
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Josh Hicks Feb 9
“There’s still a ton of questions I have.” Maryland business owners scramble to prepare for new sick-leave policy, which takes effect Sunday despite Gov. Hogan's veto last year and the Senate's last-ditch attempt to delay it.
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Josh Hicks Feb 8
Sen. Ed Kasemeyer (D-Baltimore County) retiring from Maryland legislature after current term expires, creating vacancy next year at head of powerful budget committee
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Josh Hicks Feb 8
ICYMI: Gov. Hogan’s office says his transportation chief ‘misspoke’ in promising Amazon a ‘blank check.’ By
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Josh Hicks Feb 8
Hot pink for hunters: Young sisters push for new law in Maryland. By
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Josh Hicks Feb 7
‘I was touched without permission’: Former Annapolis staffer details harassment. Via
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Josh Hicks Feb 7
Maryland transportation chief pledges ‘blank check’ to clinch Amazon’s HQ2. By
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Josh Hicks Jan 31
In his fourth State of the State address, Maryland Gov. sounded the part someone making a pitch for a second term, claiming credit for what he described as era of prosperity and bipartisanship after taking office at a “critical turning point.”
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Josh Hicks Jan 31
As Hogan prepares for his fourth State of the State address, critics such as and plan to pounce
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Josh Hicks Jan 30
With donors accused of sexual misconduct, Maryland candidates weigh options for what to do about the money
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Josh Hicks Jan 30
‘Boyd who?’ Maryland’s low-key lieutenant governor embraces his dryness. By
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Josh Hicks Jan 28
Term limits for Maryland legislators? Here’s why that seemingly popular idea is unlikely.
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Josh Hicks Jan 18
Meryl Streep donated to only woman in Md governor's race; progressive fave Ben Jealous took donations from George Soros and Dave Chappelle but returned one from Russell Simons; Gov. Hogan has more money than all seven potential challengers combined
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Josh Hicks Jan 17
In Annapolis today, Hogan administration agrees to contract with state employees, governor proposes 2018 budget. With
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Josh Hicks Jan 17
Here's why Rep. Jamie Raskin cancelled his meeting on Trump's mental fitness last week -- threats of violence. Story by
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Josh Hicks Jan 16
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