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Government, Public Safety
Four-page opinion hints that justices will likely overturn Maryland ruling involving the collection of samples from people charged with felonies.
Baltimore Gas and Electric filed a request Friday with the state to increase the monthly rates Maryland customers pay in order to make improvements to its power system.
Elections, Local Connections
The Pasadena resident, who is running for Maryland’s 4th Congressional District seat, will hold the fundraiser in Davidsonville.
O'Malley says session, which begins on August 9, will be about job creation and funding for schools.
The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a hearing Aug. 13 in Annapolis for public commentary on how BGE preformed in restoring power after the June 29 storm.
State sought delay in implementing ruling that declared Maryland's "good and substantial reason" requirement for a gun permit was unconstitutional.
The Maryland Lottery reported its 15th consecutive year of sales growth, helped along by interest from the $656 million jackpot in March.
Violators could face a fine of up to $125. The restrictions are needed due to work on a major water main in Baltimore.
Republican Dan Bongino is running for U.S. Senate and has set up his campaign camp in his hometown.
Government, Police & Fire
More than $1 million in allowances for officers were reinstated this week by the County Council.
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