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On Monday, Gov. Martin O'Malley hosted a meeting of more than 50 faith groups and service providers -- trying to figure out whether any immigrant children could be housed here in Maryland.
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On July 11, 2014, the Maryland Board of Public Works issued a Notice of Proposed Action that proposed new regulations concerning the preference for American-manufactured goods on most public contracts.
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Enrollee Sakoun Khanthanoua reads a Maryland Health Connection health insurance marketplace pamphlet while waiting to speak to a health navigator at an education and enrollment event last year in Silver Spring.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says he would exempt military retirement income from state income taxes for the majority of veterans.
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Republican Larry Hogan entered the 38th annual J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake to the sound of his name being chanted.
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The event is known for having a strong political flavor. It's also an election year in Maryland, and that tends to draw even more people who are running for office.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has angered the White House by balking at plans to shelter illegal immigrant children at a facility in his state, Politico reported .
If running in the 11th District, would you rather be Rep. Michael Grimm, R-N.Y., or from Brooklyn? "If you had a machete, would you rather amputate the feet of two friends or amputate one of your own feet?" asks the site YouRather.com.
Legislators are being assured that the computer glitch discovered in the Connecticut technology will be corrected in Maryland's new system later this month, but other related issues are drawing concern.
Maryland lawmakers and child advocates called Monday for an investigation into regulators' oversight of a troubled group home operator, asking why the state continued to give the company millions in taxpayer dollars despite long-standing financial and regulatory problems.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 09:45 pm
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