In the classic movie “Groundhog Day,” a TV weatherman played by Bill Murray gets stuck in a time loop, reliving Feb. 2 again and again. It’s a fitting metaphor for what Marylanders have experienced for years, as politicians from both parties have rolled out one plan after another to improve education, lift wages and help struggling families get ahead. Decades later, the needle has barely moved on these issues — in Maryland or nationally. In this election year, we have an opportunity to change our approach. Let’s finally do it.
Baron: New election, same problems in Maryland
September 19, 2022