In

The Sun

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,

does the wide reveal of an unexpected, though not surprising, political comeback: that of former state senator Larry Young (as hinted at earlier in

), who was kicked out of the state Senate in January 1998 for a

. Young's said to be considering a race for his old seat in the

. "I believe in redemption," Senate President

tells

The Sun

. "And I believe whatever price he had to pay, I think he paid it. And as far as I'm concerned, the slate's clear." Guess Miller doesn't much care for

.

Speaking of Miller, Gov.

doesn't seem to much like the way the Senate president and his colleagues'

into the administration's hiring and firing practices are going, instead suggesting a bipartisan study or something like that. Miller, always good for a quote: "It's more governor crybaby," he says.

has the

Sun

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's report, and

do the story for

The Washington Post

.

Also in

The Sun

,

takes on the perennial problem of tasteless T-shirts in

, Ocean City.

Two interesting recent stories in the

Post

:

take a look at the historic ineptitude of

when it comes to running for higher office. This, of course, ties in to the Free State's current No. 2,

, and his as-yet-undeclared candidacy for the U.S. Senate. Also,

details Montgomery County Exec (and as-yet-undeclared candidate for governor)

's upcoming trip to

, where he plans not only to discuss the expected immigration and trade issues, but also, due to

, gang warfare.

In Sunday's Hagerstown

Herald-Mail

,

has a good story about

safety.

Finally,

, in the U.K.'s

Guardian

, writes about female conductors and the challenges they face, tying in to the

's recent handing of the baton to

.

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