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State lawmaker: Graziano said in January deal was near for city housing authority to pay lead judgmentsBy now, Del. Samuel I. Rosenberg says he expected big news from the Housing Authority of Baltimore City — that it had found a way to resolve the millions of dollars in court-ordered judgments it owes former public housing residents who suffered lead...
The first 45 days of the General Assembly session were dominated by talk of marriage. The theme for the second half is shaping up to be money — and there's not enough of it. Thursday's Senate vote approving same-sex marriage in Maryland came on the...
email@example.comSmithsburg Police Chief George L. Knight Jr. urged state senators on Thursday to help a local family obtain a slain officer’s service weapon. Christopher S. Nicholson was shot and killed while on duty for Smithsburg police on Dec. 19, 2007....
firstname.lastname@example.orgInmates would automatically lose good-time credits if caught with cellphones in prison, under a bill heard Thursday in Annapolis. The Maryland Division of Correction considers cellphones to be contraband. Inmates often use cellphones to run drug rings...
Tags: Prisons, Baltimore County, Health
The governor's bill to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland sailed through the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee on Tuesday and is expected to be debated on the Senate floor as early as Wednesday. Supporters easily defeated two proposed amendments....
Gov. Martin O'Malley on Wednesday floated the idea of adding one cent to the sales tax to address Maryland's budget problems, saying the money would give the state "flexibility" to pay for programs and to borrow more for road projects. "If I had my...
Baltimore would lose two of its 18 delegates and share one of its six senators with Baltimore County under new state legislative map proposed Friday by a panel appointed by Gov. Martin O'Malley. The changes would further diminish the city's power in...
State Sen. James Brochin suggested Wednesday that a surcharge could be used to help the Housing Authority of Baltimore City pay nearly $12 million in court-ordered judgments that it owes former public housing tenants who suffered lead-paint poisoning...
Tags: Annapolis, Trials, Politics, Elections, Justice System
Gov. Martin O'Malley's political redistricting plan earned a quick first stamp of approval from the Maryland Senate on Monday night despite a day full of objections from top Republicans — and a sitting Democratic congresswoman — who slammed...
email@example.comState lawmakers on Thursday took a step toward regulating mopeds and motor scooters and requiring their operators to have licenses and insurance. The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee passed a scooter bill, despite the protest of one senator who...
Tags: Christopher B. Shank, Insurance, Vehicles, Politics, Elections
firstname.lastname@example.orgCounties would no longer have to pay medical costs for jail inmates with pre-existing conditions, under a bill presented Tuesday before a state Senate panel. Sen. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, said his bill wouldn’t restrict inmates’...
Tags: Heart Problems, Maryland, Surgery, Elections, Politics
A key senator announced his support for gay marriage legislation on Thursday, giving it enough votes to clear the upper chamber. The declaration by Sen. James C. Rosapepe came shortly after a Senate committee approved an amended version of the...
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