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A campaign finance reform bill under consideration in Annapolis contains a provision to prevent large transfers from former candidates.
The Maryland Senate president says he supports medical marijuana for cancer patients and maybe the pain in his tooth.
A decision by Gov. Martin O'Malley to fund two more years of baseball at Towson calls into question the motives behind eliminating that sport and men's soccer, according to Comptroller Peter Franchot.
Abby Beytin, president of the Teachers Association of Baltimore County, says there's no need for a law that violates the the rights of people to protest outside county schools.
The meeting with Maravene Loeschke comes a week after comptroller and Gov. Martin O'Malley expressed their displeasure over the cancelling of the men's baseball and soccer programs.
The first-term Republican will be tried on drunken driving-related charges in Baltimore County Circuit Court.
Senator Delores Kelley said a childhood dog attack left her with a "primordial fear" of dogs that she has outgrown.
A crowded House primary, a 2012 same-sex marriage vote and drunken driving charges against Councilman Todd Huff all could push the 10-term delegate to run for a County Council race.
Baltimore County could be on the verge of announcing a required storm water management plan that could cost residents millions of dollars a year.
If you can get elected to the Baltimore County Council, a county car can be yours for less than $2 per day.
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