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  • 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...
  • Md., Va. governors compete nationally, but play nice at home

    Md., Va. governors compete nationally, but play nice at home
    Republican Gov. Robert McDonnell of Virginia made no secret about who he thought should win Maryland's 2010 gubernatorial campaign. It wasn't Martin O'Malley. Yet two months after O'Malley, a Democrat, sailed to victory, McDonnell showed up in...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Senate holds hearing on District of Columbia statehood

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. Senate committee will consider statehood for the District of Columbia on Monday, the first hearing on the matter by Congress in two decades, but there is practically no chance for the U.S. capital to become the 51st state....
  • Ex-driver for Washington mayor pleads guilty to campaign violations

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The former driver for Washington Mayor Vincent Gray pleaded guilty on Friday to campaign finance violations, prosecutors said, bringing a long-running federal investigation closer to the outgoing mayor. Mark Long, 47, pleaded...
  • DC asks stay of order that struck down handgun ban

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyers for the District of Columbia have asked a federal judge to stay his ruling that strikes down the city's ban on carrying handguns outside the home. Attorney General Irvin Nathan filed the request for a stay on Monday. In a...
  • Marylander sponsors bill to block DC pot decriminalization

    The Republican-led House moved Wednesday to block the nation’s capital from liberalizing its marijuana laws through an amendment to a major spending bill. Democratic Mayor Vincent Gray signed a bill in March that decriminalizes possession of small...
  • Decriminalized pot takes effect in Washington, D.C.

    Decriminalized pot takes effect in Washington, D.C.
    Marijuana decriminalization takes effect in the District of Columbia on Thursday, part of an easing of pot penalties in the U.S. capital that has drawn fire from Congress. The District of Columbia joins 17 states that have reduced penalties for first-...
  • 'Sine Die' storylines: Marijuana decriminalization, minimum wage hike head to passage

    The General Assembly on Monday could take the final steps to reduce penalties for the possession of small amounts of marijuana and increase the state's minimum wage to $10.10 by 2018. Bills to do both took crucial steps forward on Saturday. After a...