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Sun StaffPushing aside the misgivings of the Ehrlich administration, legislative leaders said yesterday that they plan to make homeowners with septic systems pay the same surcharge to protect the Chesapeake Bay as those on public sewer systems. Sen. Paula C....
Sun StaffAssailing Maryland's lax oversight of children's group homes, legislative leaders pledged yesterday to investigate and make major improvements, with some saying there needs to be an overhaul of the entire child welfare system. "There's a management...
Sun StaffIn his debut committee performance testifying on behalf of the administration, Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele defended the governor's charter school plan yesterday, arguing that it would rescue low-income students mired in substandard schools. "Without...
Sun StaffProponents of legalizing marijuana for terminally ill patients believe they have the momentum this year to pass a General Assembly bill creating a state-run program to oversee use of the drug. Maryland's attempt to decriminalize the drug, however, places...
Sun StaffCritics of the role money plays in politics launched a drive yesterday for legislation that would pay most of the campaign expenses of participating General Assembly candidates in the 2010 election. At an Annapolis news conference, a coalition threw...
Tags: Elections, Arizona, Maine, Annapolis, Government
Sun StaffLawmakers who want to reform the way doctors are disciplined in Maryland are locked in a bitter battle with the powerful medical lobby. They say few Maryland doctors are disciplined because the standard of proof is too high and the board that conducts...
Sun StaffTo avoid leaving Maryland without a way to license and discipline doctors should key legislation fail, two lawmakers introduced bills yesterday that would transfer those powers to a state agency July 1. The move comes as legislators who want to reform...
Sun StaffNegotiators working on a new management structure for the troubled Baltimore City schools will meet in Annapolis today, with the status of teachers union contracts emerging as a key impediment to a final deal. Bill drafters worked through the weekend...
District 7 32 of 32 precincts - 100% x-Diane DeCarlo 7,407 80% Jerry Hersl 1,843 20% -------------------- District 8 31 of 31 precincts - 100% x-Katherine Klausmeier 10,254 85% Raymond C. Shiflet 1,779 15% -------------------- District 11 36 of 36...
Sun StaffAfter a gripping debate in which senators described watching friends and family members die in pain, the Maryland Senate voted yesterday to reduce punishment for the very ill who use marijuana as medicine. The House of Delegates approved an identical...
Tags: Elections, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Laws, Cancer
Sun StaffRebuffing partisan calls for his resignation, state Insurance Commissioner Alfred W. Redmer Jr. defended yesterday his handling of requests from insurers to pass on a recently approved 2 percent HMO tax to consumers, saying he is following the procedure...
Sun StaffEven as House Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr. awaits the final vote count in his tight Western Maryland delegate race, the leading contenders to replace him as the House of Delegates' leader are angling to secure the post. Dels. Michael E. Busch, an Anne...
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