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  • The Harris boycott [Editorial]

    The Harris boycott  [Editorial]
    Last week, D.C. Vote, a 40,000-member advocacy group pushing for District of Columbia voting rights, called on supporters to boycott Eastern Shore vacation spots — including Ocean City — this summer. Outgoing D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray even...
  • Harris wrangles with D.C. officials over marijuana decriminalization

    Harris wrangles with D.C. officials over marijuana decriminalization
    — A proposal by a Maryland congressman to block the decriminalization of marijuana in the District of Columbia has devolved into a war of words — with some D.C. advocates calling on Washingtonians to boycott the beaches of the Eastern Shore...
  • Harris plans attempt to block D.C. pot law

    Harris plans attempt to block D.C. pot law
    Rep. Andy Harris plans to introduce an amendment Wednesday that would block the District of Columbia's effort to decriminalize marijuana. The Cockeysville Republican and House Appropriations Committee member will attempt to attach the amendment to a...
  • New bay restoration pact signed

    New bay restoration pact signed
    Government officials involved in the multistate Chesapeake Bay cleanup pledged Monday to broaden and accelerate the long-running effort, including a vow to address the impacts of climate change on the ailing estuary. Governors of Maryland, Pennsylvania,...
  • An opportunity for Pepco customers [Editorial]

    An opportunity for Pepco customers  [Editorial]
    Dear Pepco customers, We, your neighbors in the Baltimore Gas & Electric service territory, have a sense of how you must feel. A giant national corporation is swooping into town with an offer to buy your hometown utility, one that has been deeply...
  • Maryland puts $25 million toward capacity building on Washington metro system

    Maryland puts $25 million toward capacity building on Washington metro system
    Gov. Martin O'Malley pledged $25 million in state capital funding to add capacity and reduce crowding on the metro system of Washington on Wednesday, as part of a joint investment with Virginia and the District of Columbia. Maryland's two neighboring...
  • Washington group explores bid for 2024 Olympics

    Washington group explores bid for 2024 Olympics
    Baltimore-area venues would stage Olympic events under a Washington, D.C.-based group's plan to explore a bid to host the 2024 Summer Games. "Our intention is to have this be the entire region," said Robert T. Sweeney, president of DC 2024. "Quite...
  • Same-sex marriage to hit the airwaves

    Groups on both sides of the same-sex marriage debate have bought television airtime in the Baltimore market for next month, a review of the public files shows. The Maryland Marriage Alliance, which opposes the law, would go up on television first with...
  • Catholic archbishop to host event opposing same-sex marriage

    Baltimore archbishop William E. Lori is set to co-host an event in Baltimore Wednesday night to oppose Maryland's new same-sex marriage law. "It is a way for the faith community to gather together," said Kathy Dempsey, a spokeswoman for the Maryland...
  • O'Malley returns campaign checks from man tied to D.C. Mayor scandal

    Gov. Martin O'Malley has given to charity $36,000 in campaign donations linked to businessman Jeffrey E. Thompson, a man who has been tied to a sprawling scandal involving Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray's election.  The governor gave the money to...
  • On Facebook, the revolution is a lot less demanding

    On Facebook, the revolution is a lot less demanding
    There was a time when any protest worth its salt meant time and sweat, with picketing in inclement weather, massing in Washington and possibly even the risk of violence or getting arrested. People went to jail to support the Montgomery bus boycott...
  • Chick-fil-A president's words on gay marriage spark tempest

    Chick-fil-A president's words on gay marriage spark tempest
    Faith Loudon plans to eat at as many local Chick-fil-A restaurants as she can manage on Wednesday — at least six. Other Marylanders, meanwhile, are vowing to donate the amount it would have cost them to get a chicken meal from the fast-food chain to...