Calls growing for Maryland lawmaker to resign over slur

Maryland Democratic Party and the state's Republican Party back calls for resignation of a state lawmaker after she used a racial slur for African-Americans at
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Maryland bill to raise minimum wage to $15 advances

A measure to raise Maryland's minimum wage has advanced in the House of Delegates
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Maryland delegate loses leadership post for racial slur

Maryland's House speaker has removed a white lawmaker from a leadership position for using a racial slur for black people
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Battle on comptroller's powers centers on regulation, health

An ongoing battle between Maryland's comptroller and lawmakers is focusing on the office's regulatory powers over alcohol, tobacco and gasoline and health
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Bill allowing unspecified gender on licenses advances

A measure to enable Maryland residents to select an unspecified gender on their driver's licenses has advanced in the state Senate
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High court denies Maryland appeal of drug price-gouging law

The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a Maryland appeal to uphold the state's law against pharmaceutical price gouging
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Diane Rehm testifies for assisted-death bill in Maryland

Retired radio talk show host Diane Rehm is speaking in favor of a Maryland measure to allow the terminally ill to end their lives with a doctor's help, but oppo
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A year after Olympic gold, US curlers reflect on success

Nearly a year has passed since John Shuster's American curling team won Olympic gold, and he's back on the ice this week competing at the USA Curling National C
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Faith leaders urge creating board to review drug costs

Supporters of creating a state board in Maryland to review prescription-drug affordability are highlighting legislation in the state capital Faith leaders from
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Hogan says he looks forward to more discussions with Amazon

Gov. Larry Hogan says his administration has had preliminary discussions with Amazon, and he looks forward to meeting with the company again about the location
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Maryland legislature to conduct harassment climate survey

The Maryland General Assembly will conduct a workplace climate survey as part of ongoing efforts to stop sexual harassment
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Audit: Firms of state venture fund's advisers got $21M

Maryland auditors have found that two members of an advisory committee formed to provide investment advice for a state venture fund were associated with firms t
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Gov. Hogan discusses HBCU settlement with black caucus

Gov. Larry Hogan says he wants to resolve a long-running dispute over Maryland's treatment of its historically black colleges
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Maryland Senate OKs updated measure against cyberbullying

Maryland's Senate has approved a measure to update the state's law against online bullying of children
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Bill on school start date prompts Maryland political battle

Gov. Larry Hogan is speaking out against a measure to allow local school districts to decide whether schools start before or after Labor Day, but supporters say
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Maryland to draft rules on vendor sales to foreign entities

Maryland officials want new rules to require state contractors to notify the state at least 30 days before a company is sold to a foreign entity
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Comptroller decries bill to take regulatory power from him

Maryland's comptroller is denouncing a measure that would take regulatory powers over alcohol, tobacco and gasoline away from his office
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Maryland's chief judge gives State of Judiciary Address

Maryland's chief judge is giving a State of the Judiciary address to state lawmakers
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Bills would allow live-stream of Assembly, agency meetings

Bills would allow live-stream of Assembly, agency meetings
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Maryland senator proposes panel to create solar blueprint

Legislation in Maryland would create a panel to draft a blueprint for where solar projects could be built while protecting forests and agricultural land
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Bill would allow unemployment aid for government shutdowns

A measure to allow federal employees who must work during a government shutdown without pay to collect unemployment benefits is getting a hearing in a Maryland
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Maryland lawmakers form panel to weigh treasurer candidates

Maryland lawmakers have formed a committee to consider candidates for the office of treasurer
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Wieck leads balanced Navy attack in win over Loyola (MD)

Evan Wieck scored 13 points and Hasan Abdullah added 12 points and Navy held on to beat Loyola (Maryland) 71-68
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Bill would mandate school time for student physical activity

Bill would mandate school time for student physical activity
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