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2015/05/27 03:16
2015/05/27 03:16
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Former Calvert County commissioner, state senator and environmentalist Bernie Fowler was voluntarily the brunt of a few jokes at a May 14 fundraising event for Project ECHO, where he was “roasted” by...
2015/05/27 03:16
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2015/05/25 15:45
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2015/05/23 05:55
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There was great pressure to fund ESCR, even though there was no proof these cells could cure anything. In fact, they grew tumors and were uncontrollable; e.g., one person injected with ESCs grew a...
2015/05/22 22:19
2015/05/22 22:19
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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan speaks at the State House on the last day of the Maryland General Assembly on April 13 in Annapolis. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post) (Katherine Frey/The Washington...
2015/05/21 15:17
2015/05/21 15:17
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In the last few weeks we've heard much about the neglected and underdeveloped parts of Baltimore and how decades of degradation and neglect played a role in the recent social upheaval and civil...
2015/05/21 02:20
2015/05/21 02:20
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Prosecutors often use mandatory minimum sentences as leverage to persuade a drug dealer to take a plea bargain and become an informant, which translates into a lighter sentence. Unfortunately, this...
2015/05/20 12:16
2015/05/20 12:16
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Former Calvert commissioner, state senator and environmentalist Bernie Fowler was voluntarily the brunt of a few jokes at a May 14 fundraising event for Project ECHO, where he was “roasted” by fellow...
2015/05/19 00:17
2015/05/19 00:17
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As city officials pledged a fight to keep the Preakness in Baltimore, others pointed out Monday that state law prohibits the horse race from being moved to another track in Maryland. Over the...
2015/05/18 15:45
2015/05/18 15:45
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This piece comes to us courtesy of Stateline. Stateline is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news service of the Pew Charitable Trusts that provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in state...
2015/05/16 00:19
2015/05/16 00:19
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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) talks about the state budget impasse on the steps of the Maryland State House on the last day of the Maryland General Assembly on April 13 in Annapolis. (Katherine...
2015/05/15 09:16
2015/05/15 09:16
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Mike McGinn’s letter in the May 6 Enterprise was an excellent summary of the huge amount of work that the members of the Maryland General Assembly must accomplish in their short legislative session....
2015/05/15 04:33
2015/05/15 04:33
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Paul A. Tiburzi: A sensible cap on appeal bondsBill signed into law this week makes justice more accessible At the legislative session just ended, the Maryland General Assembly passed a significant...
2015/05/12 21:22
2015/05/12 21:22
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Electronic cigarettes could cost more in Montgomery County because of a proposed new excise tax. Eight of nine County Council members have backed legislation to tax distributors of e-cigarettes 30...
2015/05/12 03:21
2015/05/12 03:21
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Updated: 05/11/2015 9:59 PM Created: 05/04/2015 5:48 PM KSTP.com By: Stephen Tellier They do not begin with gentle knocks. SWAT teams serve high-risk search warrants once every 10 minutes in the...
2015/05/07 12:22
2015/05/07 12:22
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Alvin Butler of Bowie said the best way to talk to Prince George’s County teens about harassment and intimidation in schools is by communicating through their favorite medium: texting. That’s why...
2015/05/06 17:22
2015/05/06 17:22
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The Bowie Police Department is set to pursue federal grant funding for police body cameras. Police Chief John Nesky said his department submitted a budget to the City Council this week with the...
2015/05/06 05:16
2015/05/06 05:16
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Property tax rates in St. Mary’s County will be reduced slightly in the new budget starting after July 1, but probably not enough to offset increasing assessments. Commissioner Mike Hewitt (R), who...
2015/05/05 13:19
2015/05/05 13:19
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Jill Chodorov, an associate broker with Long & Foster, writes an occasional column about market trends and housing issues in the Washington area. Credit score not up to par? You may pay more for...
2015/05/03 00:34
2015/05/03 00:34
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WASHINGTON -- The anger in Ferguson, Missouri -- even the violence -- was more understandable and, in that sense, less upsetting, than what we have been witnessing in Baltimore this week, in the...
2015/05/02 12:33
2015/05/02 12:33
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The state’s attorney for Baltimore, Marilyn Mosby, on Friday announced criminal charges against six police officers involved in the arrest of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old man who was bundled into a...
2015/05/27 03:16
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