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Recap of The Sun's endorsements for the Nov. 5, 2002 election GOVERNOR Kathleen Kennedy Townsend (D) -------------------- ATTORNEY GENERAL J. Joseph Curran Jr. (D) -------------------- BALTIMORE CITY YES to Questions A through N, P -------------...
Sun StaffMaryland is a step closer to enacting a state version of the proposed Laci and Conner federal law, after a Senate committee approved a bill yesterday to outlaw bringing intentional harm to an unborn child. Members of the Senate Judicial Proceedings...
Tags: Maryland, Prosecution, Domestic Violence, Justice System, Murder
Sun StaffA 2 1/2 -year study of Maryland's use of the death penalty entered the political galaxy of Annapolis yesterday, where lawmakers quickly spun it to their own purposes. The study, commissioned by Gov. Parris N. Glendening, has been awaited eagerly by...
Sun StaffThe Maryland Senate gave preliminary approval yesterday to a $23.6 million state budget despite complaints from Republicans that a $159 million tax package used to balance it is excessive and unnecessary. Majority Democrats fought back a Republican...
Sun StaffA federal judge had derailed execution plans for convicted murderer Steven Oken, and a final push was needed before a killer could receive an injection of toxins. So the office of one of Maryland's most prominent death-penalty opponents sprang into...
Tags: Maryland, Family, Lawyers, Punishment, Trials
Sun StaffWhen the Washington-area sniper trial begins today in Virginia, prosecutors in Maryland - where 10 of the 13 shootings occurred - will be sitting on the sidelines. A major reason is what some view as an ambiguity in Maryland's death penalty statute...
Tags: Credit and Debt, Assault, Punishment, DNA, Trials
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. instructed his lieutenant governor yesterday to interview prosecutors, defense attorneys and others involved in the state's death penalty as a first step to deciding whether to seek further study of apparent racial and...
Tags: Prisons, Sexual Assault, Assault, Punishment, Baltimore County
Sun StaffPERRYVILLE - As community after community scrambles to keep from being one of the potential sites for a casino-style slots den, leaders in the Northeast Maryland county of Cecil say they would welcome the devices if the state chooses to legalize them....
Sun StaffFor state lawmakers, gun-control advocates, police commissioners and even candidates stumping for president, when it comes to the issue of banning assault weapons, 1-in-5 is the magic number. Democratic presidential primary front-runner Sen. John Kerry...
Sun StaffForget "beg-a-thon." The catchphrase of the day was far more akin to "love-in." Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s wife, Kendel, brought brownies to Comptroller William Donald Schaefer at the Board of Public Works meeting yesterday. The brownies were...
Sun StaffFrederick A. Romano's sister, a newlywed, was raped and shot to death 15 years ago in her White Marsh apartment. Her killer is one of 12 who sit on Maryland's death row. Romano is anxious to see him executed. "To put somebody in prison for the rest of...
Vicki and Bob Abraham -- Tiffany & Co. man in the moon rattle. Nancy and Alan Abramson -- hand-painted burping clothes. Elizabeth Amos -- specially made small knitted booties. Joan Anderson -- For the Governor, Ronald Reagan time piece. For Joshua,...
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