A Miner Detail Podcast is a Maryland news podcast hosted by Ryan Miner. Each week, Ryan talks to Maryland newsmakers and news breakers - from elected officials, journalists, political candidates, policy wonks, changemakers, activists and partisans. A Miner Detail Podcast is the fusion between Maryland news and politics: Real people; real stories; honest conversation.
Season 6, Episode 289.
Frederick County resident Shaun Porter joined A Miner Detail Podcast host Ryan Miner and A Miner Detail Deputy Editor Eric Beasley on Sunday, March 21, 2021.
Porter is known for traveling around Maryland and standing alongside busy roads and intersections with a giant sign targeting Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, among others.
Mr. Porter joined the podcast to explain why he's holding the sign and some o...
White House political columnist Paul Schwartz joins A Miner Detail Podcast on Monday, November 9, 2020, to discuss Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' election victory over Donald Trump and Mike Pence.
KDKA-TV Money and Politics Editor Jon Delano joined A Miner Detail Podcast to break down the presidential contest in Pennsylvania.
Dan's Restaurant and Tap House co-owner Charlotte Aufdem Brinke joined A Miner Detail Podcast on Sunday, October 18, 2020.
Charlotte and Dan's Tap House has been the subject of ongoing harassment and mischaracterization since her business took a public stance in support of civil rights.
Cecil County Executive candidate Jeff Kate joined A Miner Detail Podcast on Monday, October 5, 2020.
Attorney and political activist Robin Ficker joined A Miner Detail Podcast on Sunday, September 27, 2020, to discuss Montgomery County Ballot Initiative Question B.
Question B would take away the county’s power to enact property taxes that would exceed the rate of inflation even if all nine members of the county council agreed to the increase.
Cassie Conklin is one of Western Maryland's leading investigative journalists.
She joined A Miner Detail Podcast on Sunday, September 20, 2020, to break down what's happening in Mountain Maryland.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruther Bader Ginsburg died Friday, Sept. 18, 2020.
An all-star Maryland political panel joined A Miner Detail Podcast on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, to discuss RBG's life and legacy.
Nine Districts for MoCo founder Kim Persaud joined A Miner Detail Podcast on Sunday, September 13, 2020 to discuss the grassroots movement to amend Montgomery County's Charter to require each of the Council's nine members to be elected from a Council district where she or he lives.
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This is A Miner Detail Podcast episode 279.
Roy McGrath resigned as Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's (R) chief of staff on Aug. 17, 2020, after The Baltimore Sun reported that McGrath was given a six-figure severance package when leaving the Maryland Environmental Service.
State Sen. Clarence K. Lam (D-Howard/Baltimore) and Del. Marc Korman (D-Montgomery) joined A Miner Detail Podcast host Ryan Miner on Sunday, Sept. 6, 2020, to ...
Maryland state Del. Carl J. Anderton Jr. (R-Lower Shore) joined A Miner Detail Podcast host Ryan Miner on Sunday, Aug. 30 to discuss his journey through the Wicomico County executive selection process.This is A Miner Detail Podcast Episode 277.
A Miner Detail Podcast featured a guest panel on Sunday, Aug. 23, for its monthly Maryland politics roundup show.This is A Miner Detail Podcast Episode 276. Topics discussed:
A monument honoring Confederate soldiers is staying put for now in front of Talbot County’s Courthouse in Easton, Maryland.
The Talbot County Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, against removing the statue.
The statue, dedicated in 1916, commemorates the 84 soldiers from the county who fought for the Confederacy.This is A Miner Detail Podcast Episode 275.
On Sunday, August 23, 2020, A Miner Detail Podcast, hosted by ...
Roy McGrath resigned Monday as Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's chief of staff amid turmoil over a six-figure severance package he received from his previous state government job.
McGrath officially assumed the role of Hogan's top aide on June 1.
The Maryland Environmental Service board of directors approved McGrath's severance in May.
The board offered McGrath a year's salary - roughly $233K - plus tuition reimbursem...
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