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The Maryland Senate president says he supports medical marijuana for cancer patients and maybe the pain in his tooth.
A poll released this weekend shows mixed results for the two-term Democratic governor who is widely believed to be a presidential candidate in 2016.
Targeting Hispanics, But not Blacks
The former head of the Republican party in Baltimore County says Councilman Todd Huff should receive the same treatment given to a former councilmember arrested for drunken driving.
The public and press were barred from Thursday's meeting to facilitate taking a photograph.
Maryland Senate vote down an effort to broadcast committee voting sessions online.
A sign outside the House Economic Matters Committee is not meant to restrict the public's rights to audio or video record meetings, according to a lawyer for the Maryland General Assembly.
Maryland is continuing to better its highly ranked schools and culture of innovation.
Bills will prohibit early release for those convicted of gun violence and create a statewide public registry of those paroled after receiving gun-related convictions.
The state Senate president calls instructors "the front line of democracy."
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