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With the return of the Maryland General Assembly today, the Post and, by extension, the Maryland Moment has a new reporting team in place. Veteran reporter John Wagner, who covered Martin O'Malley's gubernatorial campaign so ably last fall, will be back to track the new administration's ups and downs in the state capitol. Reach him at

Lisa Rein, the Post's Fairfax County government reporter for years, will work alongside him, concentrating on the House of Delegates and myriad issues in this year's session. Lisa replaces Matt Mosk, who recently moved to the Post's national desk to cover money and politics. She's at

Ovetta Wiggins, a veteran of Prince George's politics who covered last fall's U.S. Senate race, will be our third reporter for the session, bringing with her a wealth of knowledge of suburban Washington. She will concentrate on the Senate, the local delegations and a variety of issues. Reach her at

By Phyllis Jordan  |  January 10, 2007; 8:00 AM ET
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The reorg fits in all too nicely with the election cycle. I guess Matt Mosk's work is done here after helping to bring down Ehrlich.

Well done Matt, you've passed the test. Now the Post's editors want you to focus on tearing down Republicans on the national scene.

Posted by: BG from PG | January 10, 2007 12:49 PM | Report abuse

Helping to bring down Ehrlich? Ehrlich caused his own demise with the smear campaigns, handing out false literature, and let's not forget the doughnut-gate issue. Haircut and his buddy W.D. Schaeffer lost. Period.

Posted by: SM from FC | January 10, 2007 9:11 PM | Report abuse

Matt Mosk long ago threw his journalistic integrity down the commode and became a petty shill for the hard Left.

Posted by: Rufus | January 12, 2007 8:26 AM | Report abuse

Matt Mosk has done a great job of staying objective and covering what matters to the people of Maryland. Continue the great work on the national desk Matt. Two out of three of the above posts are from people who don't believe in journalists staying objective. If you want to read news that slants your way, read the Washington Times.

Posted by: formerjournalist | January 19, 2007 1:45 PM | Report abuse

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