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In case there was any doubt whatsoever, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller isn't planning to go anytime soon. Miller, the nation's longest-serving Senate president, said in an interview Wednesday that he will seek re-election in 2014 to what would...
When police accused an Edgemere man of having sex with a 13-year-old boy, most of the charges were straightforward: soliciting a minor and a related sexual offense, which together could carry up to 30 years in prison. But Baltimore County prosecutors...
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 leading government watchdog organization has called on the Maryland Senate to censure state Sen. Ulysses Currie, the once-powerful budget committee chairman who was acquitted of political corruption charges this week. Susan Wichmann, executive director...
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...
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...
Phil, Washington, D.C.: Where can one find a complete list of legislators receiving money directly from Jack Abramoff? Nitkin: The Maryland State Board of Elections keeps electronic records of campaign donors, and has a searchable database dating to...
Baltimore Sun reporterOpponents of a liquefied natural gas terminal in eastern Baltimore County stepped up their attacks Tuesday, hosting an appearance by a former CIA officer who said the $400 million project lacks critical safeguards and raises the specter of terrorism and...
Tags: Patapsco, Natural Gas, Maryland, AES Corp., Natural Resources
Sun StaffA bill that would allow the transfer of six liquor licenses to central Towson got a lukewarm reception yesterday from Baltimore County senators, who applauded the goal of revitalizing the county seat but questioned how much proponents had consulted...
Tags: Dundalk, Towson, Food Industry, Judges, Justice System
Sun StaffAfter complaining for two months that the Maryland Insurance Administration should do more to help Tropical Storm Isabel victims, Baltimore County Executive James T. Smith Jr. is now pushing for a change in state law that he says would force the agency to...
Sun StaffGov. Parris N. Glendening released his state redistricting proposal yesterday, a plan his aides said would improve the chances for minorities to win election to the General Assembly but which some Baltimore lawmakers said failed to address their concerns....
Sun StaffBuoyed by the argument that changing the law would end capital punishment in Maryland, the Senate narrowly defeated a bill yesterday that would have raised the standard of proof required to issue a death sentence. "You're going to empty out death row,"...
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