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The sad thing is Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake knows better than her op-ed "Keeping money in Maryland" (Oct. 11). Four years ago Maryland voters approved slots because they were told casinos would pay Maryland taxpayers 67 percent of proceeds. Question 7...
One day after Del. Tiffany Alston was sentenced in a misconduct case, the Maryland General Assembly's lawyer says she is now suspended from the legislature without pay or benefits. State prosecutors said Alston's sentencing Tuesday automatically...
Gov. Martin O'Malley and the ruling Democrats in Annapolis worked hard to draw a new congressional map that could force a Western Maryland Republican from office. But the result is such a contorted tangle of districts that even some Democrats have...
Every Republican is the Maryland Senate is now equally perfect in the eyes of a conservative business advocacy group that annually ranks the votes of state legislators. In its annual Roll Call report, Maryland Business for Responsive Government, gives...
A state panel considering whether to expand gambling in Maryland failed to reach a consensus Wednesday, likely ending the possibility of a special General Assembly session on the issue this summer. The panel unanimously recommended a series of sweeping...
Del. Justin D. Ross, one of most effective leaders in the Democratic caucus, said Thursday that he will resign from the House of Delegates to focus on his commercial real estate business and spend more time with his wife and four children. "I'm going...
Tags: Same-Sex Marriage, Annapolis
Gov. Martin O'Malley said Friday he won't bring lawmakers back to Annapolis next week to expand the state's gambling program as initially planned, but he will continue pushing the issue. "We will not be calling a special session for July 9," O'Malley...
Regarding your recent article about Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch holding "closed door meetings" on the possibility of convening a special session on gambling, this is a good example of bad politicians becoming even worse ("House leaders discuss...
Tags: Justice System, Annapolis
Maryland's legislative leaders today appointed a bipartisan panel to study the impact of recent court ruling that labeled pit bulls as 'inherently dangerous' for liability purposes and to make recommendations about possible legislative fixes. Five...
Tags: Laws, Civil Laws, Annapolis, Dog (animal)
OCEAN CITY -- Gov. Martin O'Malley put the chances of calling a special session on gambling expansion at "fifty-fifty" and said in an interview that he plans to reach out to members of the House of Delegates to gauge interest in legislation that would...
Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr. said Thursday that he had been drinking alcohol when a motorboat he was operating collided with another boat in the Magothy River — an accident that left six people with serious injuries. In a brief news conference...
Republican Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr.'s political future is in question after he drunkenly piloted a speedboat that collided with another vessel and sent six people — including four children — to the hospital, political observers said Friday....
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