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Dozens of people came to downtown Bel Air Saturday afternoon to take part in the Harford County Republican Central Committee's Second Amendment Rally and to meet many of the local legislators who tried unsuccessfully to defeat the state's latest gun...
In a long-sought victory for Baltimore, the Maryland Senate approved a $1 billion financing plan Friday for an unprecedented systemwide drive to rebuild and renovate the city's crumbling school buildings. The measure passed easily on a bipartisan vote of...
As the 2013 Maryland General Assembly session winds down in Annapolis, Harford's lawmakers said they have been kept busy this year with prominent bills, including a repeal of the death penalty, stricter gun controls and higher taxes. All of Harford's...
As the gun control debate rages in Annapolis, many Harford County's legislators say they oppose tougher laws on ownership and registration, landing them in the minority among their colleagues in the Maryland General Assembly. All three of Harford's...
Howard County will "most likely" drop its plans to build an apartment building for the chronically homeless at the site of the Beechcrest Mobile Home Park, in North Laurel, according to county spokesman Mark Miller. The Howard County Housing...
Lawmakers and representatives of Maryland's county and municipal governments sparred Tuesday over a pair of bills in Annapolis that would raise the fines for sewage spills which annually dump millions of gallons of untreated waste into local waters and...
Northern Harford County Sen. Barry Glassman has introduced Senate Bill 427, which would allow farmers a method to recoup lost value in their land resulting from two recently enacted state environmental mandates. Glassman's bill attacks attempts to...
Harford County could get speed cameras, but if it does, Harford County Sheriff Jesse Bane hopes to avoid the kind of controversy that recently hit Baltimore's camera system, with an investigation by The Baltimore Sun uncovering malfunctioning equipment...
There was a time when those representing Harford County in the Maryland State Legislature served an important purpose. Before home rule, as the county executive and county council form of charter government is known, nothing much could get done...
A bill to expand gambling in the state was finally approved early Wednesday morning after more than four days of a second special legislative session of the Maryland General Assembly. The legislation passed, which will allow a sixth casino inPrince...
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Legislators will be returning to Annapolis Thursday for the second special session this year, a move many Harford politicians are against. "Our constitution states that the governor can convene a special session of the legislature in the case of an...
The first day of the second special legislative session this year involved a lot of reading, deciphering and senators making amendments for their districts. Those who hoped the session revolving around a gambling bill — already a hot topic in...
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