Haven't I Read This Story Before, Like 100 Times:You could of fooled me, but apparently, at least according to thisSunfeaturey newsy story by Andrew A. Green, but this year's General Assembly session is. All sarcasm aside, pretty good story. A much shorter but--focusing on the legislative hold-ups on Gov. Ehrlich's executive appointments--from thePost's Matthew Mosk and John Wagner.Generally Assembled:In other Statehouse news, Houseabortion-limiting budget amendments (good for them). According to thePost, stem-cell research funding bill; nuh-uh, saysThe Sun(see Political Game link below).In theSun's Political Game column, Green and David Nitkin report that lobbyists are trying to. Mayor O'Malley gets slammed, rightfully, every time he, so how about Ehrlich's appointments secretary,, getting some heat for comparing the Senate's holding up appointments to the(see Pol. Game link)? Just a thought.Peace March:From the Independent Media Center, about 300 peoplein West Baltimore on Saturday.Mall With a Surveillance Camera:Despite heat from Chamber of Commerce, Baltimore County Council. I feel safer already.Foreign Occupation:According tostudy, number of illegal immigrants in Maryland.Double Trouble:Speaking of doubling, Mayor O'Malley says number of city contracts to minorities and womenin last four years.Go Bob!In today's Senate race update,, a Baltimore activist and perennial candidate,. There aren't many more Democrats' asses left for Michael Olesker to kiss, are there? I hope not. Today,. And, in a never-ending series of premature analyses of the race shaping up, here's one from.Hat's Off:Frederick must be pretty damn boring. From the AP, Frederick County commissioner cuts parks department's budget by $35K 'cause an employee wouldn't take his hat off, now.