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End of an Era?

The

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Sun

business desk asks whether the

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means

, a

with a 148-year history in Baltimore. The

Washington Post

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's crew

. Answer: Quite possibly.

Politics:

Missed it yesterday, but

from

The Sun

had some interesting tidbits, especially state Sen. George Della's (D-City) apparent distaste for Mayor O'Malley: "I'm beginning to like him more and more every day," Della said of likely O'Malley gubernatorial primary opponent Montgomery County Exec Doug Duncan. And David Nitkin's

from today focuses on Senate President Mike Miller's distaste for an investigation into the Ehrlich administration's hiring/firing practices during the legislative session (wait till the summer or fall, he says).

The Washington Times

slots dying again this year "because"--shock!!--"House Speaker Michael E. Busch refuses to negotiate on how to use revenues generated by slots." The AP reported yesterday that legislators

over who gets to appoint members to slots commission (if slots pass, that is). And the Capital News Service reported yesterday that--say it isn't so!!--D's and R's in Maryland

.

Who Let the Bears Out?

And some legislative updates: Western Maryland delegate

; labor and Latino activists

in Annapolis for stronger workers' rights laws.

Budget Bust

:

The Messenger

reports that Gov. Ehrlich's budget

for

.

Crime and Punishment:

Cecil County cops

in "one of the worst scenes I have ever seen in my 27 years of law enforcement" in Elkton; attorneys for Baltimore County murderer Vernon L. Evans Jr.

, claiming discrimination; state

.

Stories of the Day:

From the

Cumberland Times-News

, Western Maryland county officials

form Supreme Court on whether Ten Commandment monuments on public property are legal.

Sun

's Arthur Hirsch

the same subject in a decent feature (and

).

East Side Launches:

A couple of stories on development in Middle River from

The Jeffersonian

: Ryland

in Miramar Landing; Target

at Martin Plaza.

Bushwhacking:

Annapolis

Capital

president's visit to AACC.

Stinky Chickens:

From the Easton

Star-Demorat

, University of Maryland researchers

ammonia levels downwind from chicken houses.

Dorm-Room Drunk:

Underage drinking incident

Loyola SGA president.

Shot Down:

From

The Washington Times

, Southern Marylanders

at

.

Curtains:

Reisterstown-based R/C Theatres

.

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