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Sun StaffDespite legislators' promise of hearings this spring, an investigation into Ehrlich administration personnel practices will likely not occur for several months, leaving in the lurch former state employees who have come forward seeking answers for why they...
Sun StaffKendl P. Philbrick, who a year ago was being portrayed as a "nightmare" for conservationists, won the unanimous approval of a Senate committee last night for confirmation as Maryland's secretary of the environment. The Senate Executive Nominations...
Sun StaffMayor Martin O'Malley and his wife stood hand-in-hand outside City Hall yesterday to denounce "orchestrated" and "relentless" rumors about their marriage, while Democrats called for an independent investigation into the Ehrlich administration appointee...
Sun StaffA proposed state ban on assault weapons appears doomed this year in Annapolis -- unless the sponsor pursues an unusual parliamentary maneuver. The bill faces a governor who opposes it and a Senate committee poised to reject it by a single vote. Failure...
Sun StaffThe head of the state elections board defended yesterday the panel's decision to bring in an investigator to look into unspecified "complaints." But a growing chorus of critics called the inquiry a politically motivated witch hunt aimed at ousting...
Sun StaffHolding up a form used to adopt stray dogs, Baltimore State's Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy told state legislators yesterday that the standards to adopt a pet in Maryland are more stringent than to gain guardianship of an abused child. Jessamy and...
Tags: Maryland, Justice System, Children, Standards, Home Inspection
Sun StaffFederal regulators are objecting to one of two proposed routes for a highway that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has called his No. 1 transportation priority, finding that the state's efforts to lessen the road's impact fall short of what is needed to protect...
Sun StaffWhen the Washington-area sniper trial begins today in Virginia, prosecutors in Maryland - where 10 of the 13 shootings occurred - will be sitting on the sidelines. A major reason is what some view as an ambiguity in Maryland's death penalty statute...
Tags: Health, John Ashcroft, Credit and Debt, Ralph M Hughes, Murder
Sun StaffThe state's leading environmental organizations announced yesterday that they will try to block Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s nominee to head the Department of the Environment, saying she lacks the experience needed to head the agency. Ten environmental...
Sun StaffThe opening day of a rare special session of the Maryland General Assembly ended with legislative leaders locked in a showdown with Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. over how to subsidize the insurance bills of doctors. Both the Senate and House of Delegates...
Tags: Health, J Lowell Stoltzfus, Regional Authority, Death, Crimes
Sun StaffThe state-run Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center is so understaffed that it poses a serious threat to the safety of youths held there and to staff who supervise them, according to a report released yesterday. The report by the Office of the...
Sun StaffA lawyer representing the private contractor that operated the Charles H. Hickey Jr. School denied yesterday claims by the state that the company allowed conditions at the school to dangerously deteriorate and didn't adequately document all of its...
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