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Doug Donovan

Doug Donovan is an investigative reporter for The Baltimore Sun, where he has also covered city hall and state politics. Doug grew up in Newark, Del., and he attended the University of Delaware. He has also worked at Forbes Magazine in New York, the News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., and AOL-Patch.
Federal court dismisses Maryland Attorney General Frosh’s lawsuit over President Trump’s hotel profits from foreign officials

President Donald Trump’s lawyers persuaded a federal appeals court to throw out a lawsuit brought by the attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia claiming he is profiting from foreign-government business at his deluxe Washington hotel in violation of the U.S. Constitution.

In 2016 Maryland racing regulators gave Stronach $1.7 million for new dorms for track workers. What happened?

More than two years ago the Maryland Racing Commission paid the Jockey Club $1.7 million for a new dormitory and barn at Laurel. The project still isn't done.

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