InThe Sun,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 PresidenttellsThe 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 theSun's report, anddo the story forThe Washington Post.Also inThe Sun,takes on the perennial problem of tasteless T-shirts in, Ocean City.Two interesting recent stories in thePost:take a look at the historic ineptitude ofwhen 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 HagerstownHerald-Mail,has a good story aboutsafety.Finally,, in the U.K.'sGuardian, writes about female conductors and the challenges they face, tying in to the's recent handing of the baton to.