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  • Options for elected school board dismissed

    The task force charged with exploring an overhaul of Baltimore County's school board selection process voted Sept. 9 to eliminate the possibility of an elected or hybrid school board from among the options it'll recommend to legislators. But the 6-3...
  • Senate gives initial approval to O'Malley map

    Senate gives initial approval to O'Malley map
    Gov. Martin O'Malley's political redistricting plan earned a quick first stamp of approval from the Maryland Senate on Monday night despite a day full of objections from top Republicans — and a sitting Democratic congresswoman — who slammed...
  • Two Baltimore County senators sue over redistricting

    Two Baltimore County senators, unhappy with their new districts under Gov. Martin O'Malley's legislative redistricting plan, have sued to have the maps overturned, claiming they give Baltimore city extra representation at the expense of the county. Sens....
  • Two Balto. Co. senators sue over redistricting

    Two Baltimore County senators, unhappy with their new districts under the governor's General Assembly redistricting plan, have sued to have the map overturned, contending that it gives Baltimore City extra representation at the expense of the county....
  • Councilwoman Holton vows innocence, is 'holding up very well'

    In public, City Councilwoman Helen L. Holton casts a formidable figure. She sparred with the city's popular police commissioner over her concern that his detectives weren't solving enough murders, and she has debated with colleagues on development bills,...
  • Narrow majority of Md. senators oppose repeal of death penalty, survey reveals

    Gov. Martin O'Malley's push to end the death penalty in Maryland would probably fall short if a legislative vote were held today, even though the governor insisted yesterday that the repeal effort "has a real shot this year." A Baltimore Sun survey of...
  • Senators turn away repeal of death penalty in Md.

    Baltimore County senators rebuffed an effort to abolish Maryland's death penalty yesterday, persuading lawmakers instead to restrict when capital punishment can be used. The Senate's first full debate on the death penalty in more than three decades was...
  • State to close chain of group homes for youths

    Maryland officials announced yesterday that they would shut down children's group homes run by a company whose executive director expensed Caribbean cruises, luxury SUVs and meals while residents endured what they and former staff described as...
  • Legislators favor single agency to oversee Md. group homes

    Oversight of privately run group homes for Maryland's troubled children, a responsibility now divided among several state agencies, should be consolidated, a growing number of lawmakers say. "We have to move everything into a single agency," said Sen....
  • Group-home oversight a 'disaster,' senators say

    Lawmakers assailed the state's oversight of privately run group homes for troubled youths yesterday as a "disaster" and called on Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. to work with them to improve monitoring of care, spending and staffing at the facilities....
  • Administration opposes merging oversight of group homes

    Ehrlich administration officials rejected yesterday a reform proposal to merge the scattered oversight of privately run group homes into a single agency, arguing that it is better to maintain the current regulatory structure. Administration officials say...
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