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Governor's race Andrew, Gaithersburg: Is picking an African-American as his running mate the only way Gov. Ehrlich can win re-election? Nitkin: Democrats Doug Duncan and Martin O'Malley are almost required to select African-American running mates (O'...
Sun StaffLawmakers assailed the state's oversight of privately run group homes for troubled youths yesterday as a "disaster" and called on Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. to work with them to improve monitoring of care, spending and staffing at the facilities....
Tags: Government, Justice System, Laws, Disasters, Delores G. Kelley
Sun StaffOversight of privately run group homes for Maryland's troubled children, a responsibility now divided among several state agencies, should be consolidated, a growing number of lawmakers say. "We have to move everything into a single agency," said Sen....
Sun StaffTop legislators expressed growing doubts yesterday that they could count on gambling revenue from Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s plan for slot machines at racetracks to close next year's budget gap. The chairmen of the General Assembly's budget...
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has told Republican lawmakers that he will propose a transportation bill that avoids a gasoline tax increase but increases the cost of buying or registering a vehicle. GOP legislators say the two key provisions of the package...
Tags: Government, Vehicles, Laws, State Budgets, Regional Authority
Sun StaffIt's been 40 years since the Rev. Andrew Gunn knocked on doors to speak against gambling in Maryland, and he's noticing how things have changed. Some for the better: The essay about the evils of slots that he handed out to lawmakers in Annapolis last...
Tags: Government, Vehicles, Justice System, Laws, Maryland
Sun StaffAfter its second major rewrite of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s gambling proposal in less than a week, a Senate committee approved last night a plan to permit 15,500 slot machines at three racetracks and three tourist destinations in Maryland. The plan,...
Sun StaffSenate opponents of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s bill to allow slots at Maryland racetracks girded for a floor fight today while conceding their chances are dismal in the face of Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller's determined support. The...
Sun StaffMaryland lawmakers ended a rancorous 90-day session last night by rejecting expanded gambling for the second straight year and passing legislation that would make the state the first in the nation to guarantee a "living wage" for employees of its...
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. faces the biggest test so far of his influence with the legislature when the Senate likely decides today if Lynn Y. Buhl will be confirmed as environmental secretary. The showdown takes place after weekend negotiations...
First in a series of occasional articles. One of the most powerful people in this town is so boring you could fall asleep listening to him talk about his work. That's when he unleashes his dry sense of humor, finding new ways to say things to keep even...
Sun StaffUniversity System of Maryland Chancellor William E. Kirwan told lawmakers yesterday that the state's colleges had no choice but to raise tuition by 20 percent and said another large increase is in the offing. Addressing senators for the first time...
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