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firstname.lastname@example.orgIn his unsuccessful attempt to win a third state Senate term, Republican Alex X. Mooney raised more than $200,000 and spent double that, 2010 campaign finance reports show. The Herald-Mail reviewed and compiled information from five required campaign-...
email@example.comRarely are Washington County Democratic Del. John P. Donoghue and county Republican Sen. Christopher B. Shank closely aligned on an issue. It happened Tuesday, when an amendment Donoghue offered on the House floor temporarily halted debate on a same-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCounties could make early voting more convenient with more polling places, Sen. Ronald N. Young, D-Frederick/Washington, told a Senate committee Thursday. Under state law, counties with fewer than 150,000 registered voters must have one early-voting...
email@example.comSome members of the Washington County delegation to the Maryland General Assembly think Gov. Martin O'Malley is playing "kick the can down the road" with his proposed fiscal year 2012 budget. The "kick the can" metaphor, a popular catchphrase for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSome Democratic state lawmakers are trying again to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland. The proposed bill — the Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act — would change the state's Family Law, which currently reads: "Only a...
A lone D among the R’s The right side of the Maryland Senate chamber is Republican territory. But nestled in among the section where the Senate’s 12 Republicans sit is a single Democrat: freshman Ronald N. Young, who represents parts of...
email@example.comDozens of new lawmakers took their places in the Maryland General Assembly Wednesday, a day of ceremony and tradition before the legislature settles down for three months of pressing business. This year, legislators must figure out how to close a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTo start, Del.-elect Neil Parrott is keeping his local legislative office very close by. It will be in the basement office of his home. Del. Andrew A. Serafini has stopped renting space at Williamsport Town Hall for his local office. Instead, his...
email@example.comThere's common ground within Washington County's delegation to the Maryland General Assembly as the 2011 legislative session nears. Seven of the eight delegation members and soon-to-be members named the state budget as their top concern. Sen.-elect...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAs a teenage page for the U.S. House of Representatives, Donald F. Munson was beneath the House chamber balcony when a group of Puerto Rican nationalists on the balcony opened fire on members of Congress in March 1954. When he was a state delegate,...
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email@example.comRepublican Alex X. Mooney poured close to $400,000 into his unsuccessful run for another state Senate term, according to 2010 campaign finance reports reviewed by The Herald-Mail. In his bid for a fourth term, Mooney lost to Democrat Ronald N. Young, but...
Editor’s note: The following is a brief look at some of the major events of 2010, from July through December. The listing does not include all events of significance, but tries to focus on some of the highlights of the year. July 2 — Table...
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