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Sun StaffMaryland juvenile justice officials have stopped, at least temporarily, looking for a private contractor to run the Charles H. Hickey Jr. School and may continue to operate the Baltimore County school themselves rather than seek a new vendor, state...
Tags: Laws, Social Issues, Maryland, Prisons, Baltimore County
Sun StaffThe firings of senior Maryland Public Service Commission professionals could cripple the agency at a time when it faces critical decisions about consumer electricity rate increases, some PSC commissioners, consumer advocates and legislators said...
Sun StaffJudges in Maryland, who enjoy uniquely broad authority to cut criminal sentences through a process called "judicial reconsideration," may find that power constrained under legislation before the General Assembly. "I think there's a debate nationally...
Tags: Prince George's County, Murder, Laws, Defendants, Crimes
Sun StaffGov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. announced yesterday that he would likely back decriminalizing marijuana for terminally ill patients, a stance that is expected to give momentum to the issue this year in the General Assembly. Ehrlich said he has been a longtime...
Sun StaffThe two Democrats considered most likely to challenge Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. in next year's election blasted the administration yesterday for failing to improve conditions in Maryland's troubled juvenile jails, where an independent monitor once...
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 StaffGovernor talks veto; lawmakers talk override Less than 12 hours after the Maryland General Assembly passed legislation to keep malpractice insurance costs for doctors in check, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. said yesterday that he is preparing his veto...
Tags: Laws, Medicaid, Hospitals and Clinics, Obstetrics, Crimes
Sun StaffPrison officials say the internal investigators looking into the death of an inmate on a prison bus last week are conducting an independent inquiry, but critics say that using an outside agency would eliminate any hint of bias. Sen. Brian E. Frosh, a...
Tags: Laws, Montgomery County (Virginia), Crimes, Criminals, Prisons
Sun StaffThe Maryland General Assembly voted yesterday to override Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s veto of a medical malpractice reform bill, rebuffing an intense lobbying effort by the governor and setting a tense partisan tone for the 90-day session that begins...
Sun StaffAngela Sipe witnessed a killing during a card party at an apartment in Forestville. She called 911. When police arrived, she gave them a statement and picked 20-year-old Keith Leon Carroll's picture out of a photo array. Three days later, Carroll returned...
Sun StaffAfter fighting alongside Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. for malpractice reform, leaders of the state's doctors and hospitals stepped away from the governor yesterday, urging him not to veto the malpractice bill passed by the General Assembly last week....
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...
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