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Judge temporarily halts Maryland medical marijuana industry

Judge temporarily halts Maryland medical marijuana industry

A Baltimore judge put Maryland's medical marijuana industry temporarily on hold Thursday, granting the request of a company that alleged state regulators illegally ignored racial diversity when picking firms to grow the drug. Circuit Judge Barry Williams said the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission...

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  • The new economy is coming

    The new economy is coming

    Late May is college commencement speech season, and there are always one or two destined to cause upset. This year, add to the list the Harvard commencement speech given last Thursday by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his call for "universal basic income," which is a fancy way of describing a...

  • Alternative fact of the Week: Conspiracy theorists go nuts on a murder victim

    Alternative fact of the Week: Conspiracy theorists go nuts on a murder victim

    Alternative facts come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes, they are relatively benign, as when President Donald Trump insisted his inauguration drew record crowds when photographs show that no, it didn't. At other times, they are a cynical attempt to affect policy, such as the gross exaggeration,...

  • The poverty 'mind-set'

    The poverty 'mind-set'

    There's a grain of truth and a mountain of myopia in Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson's assertion during a radio interview that having the "right mind-set" can bring a person out of poverty and the "wrong mind-set" can condemn him or her to it despite all the advantages in the...

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  • Knorr Brake to add 200 jobs to Westminster facility

    Knorr Brake to add 200 jobs to Westminster facility

    Westminster-based Knorr Brake Co., which makes brakes, doors and HVAC systems for mass-transit rail lines, will add 200 new jobs over the next six years, the Maryland Department of Commerce announced Thursday. The company will add 30,000 square feet of space to its facility at the Westminster Technology...

  • Hogan vetoes Maryland Democrats' paid sick leave bill

    Hogan vetoes Maryland Democrats' paid sick leave bill

    Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday vetoed legislation that would have required employers with more than 15 workers to allow them to earn paid sick leave, setting up a potential veto override fight when state lawmakers return to Annapolis later this year or next. The Republican governor blamed the Democrat-dominated...

  • Criticism of Maryland brewery bill mounts as industry awaits Hogan's decision

    Criticism of Maryland brewery bill mounts as industry awaits Hogan's decision

    As Gov. Larry Hogan holds what is likely his final bill-signing ceremony this year, many in the liquor industry are watching to see if he allows a bill that would change the rules for Maryland breweries to become law. The bill, passed in the final days of the General Assembly session following...

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  • Single Carrot Theatre takes audiences by bus on a 'Promenade' through Baltimore neighborhoods

    Single Carrot Theatre takes audiences by bus on a 'Promenade' through Baltimore neighborhoods

    All the streets will be a stage when Single Carrot Theatre welcomes audiences aboard a bus for the world premiere of its traveling production “Promenade: Baltimore,” starting June 2. For about 90 minutes, passengers will wear headphones, listening to a live-mix soundtrack of music, narration and...

  • 'House of Cards' Season 5 speaks to Trump's America for better and worse

    'House of Cards' Season 5 speaks to Trump's America for better and worse

    Donald Trump might just be the end of Frank Underwood. That’s the thought I kept having as I watched the 13 episodes of Season 5 of “House of Cards.” There is no way the new season that arrives Tuesday on Netflix can be discussed without reference to Trump, who was elected in November while Season...

  • 'Handmaid’s Tale' recap: 'The Other Side'

    'Handmaid’s Tale' recap: 'The Other Side'

    This week felt lighter on plot and heavier on mood, as we journeyed back to the car chase that began the series and viewed the action from Luke’s perspective. Throughout episodes 1-6, we as viewers have presumed him dead — gunshots and a total disappearance are not great indicators someone has...

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  • Former Colts star Andy Nelson gets surprise for his 84th birthday

    Former Colts star Andy Nelson gets surprise for his 84th birthday

    Rick Volk, former Colts safety, and Glenn Murphy, a diehard fan, surprised Andy Nelson Friday to mark the former All-Pro safety’s 84th birthday at his barbecue restaurant in Hunt Valley. Nelson, one of the oldest living Colts, played for Baltimore from 1957 to 1963 and starred on both the 1958...

  • Which Maryland men's lacrosse championship game defeat was the most painful?

    Which Maryland men's lacrosse championship game defeat was the most painful?

    The Maryland men’s lacrosse team is in Foxborough, Mass., this weekend to compete in its fourth straight final four. Should the Terps beat No. 5 seed Denver on Saturday, they’ll play in their third consecutive national championship game, their fifth since coach John Tillman took over the program...

  • Breshad Perriman giving Ravens reason for cautious optimism

    Breshad Perriman giving Ravens reason for cautious optimism

    OTAs certainly can be a tease. There's no contact allowed in the not-padded practices, and most of the players are on the field in jerseys and shorts. For Breshad Perriman, though, any positive reinforcement for the work he has put in is appreciated.

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