Daily Archives: April 21, 2009

The return of Steve Bailey

The Sun’s Maryland Politics blog is speculating today that Steve Bailey might be gearing up for a political race. City/state editor Andy Green bases this idea on a letter to the editor the ertswhile Baltimore County deputy state’s attorney penned, ...

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Lawyers and Bloggers

I was floored by the lede in Mark Penn’s Microtrends column on WSJ.com today. In America today, there are almost as many people making their living as bloggers as there are lawyers. …. OK, we’ve all recovered from the initial ...

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Southeast Baltimore alignment plan: will it work?

Baltimore is promoting new infrastructure and a new traffic pattern for O’Donnell Street and Boston Streets between Interstate 95 and Canton. The $40 million project would extend Boston street northward to meet O’Donnell. Your average traveler would use O’Donnell Street ...

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Preakness gettin’ hip and cool

Pimlico Race Course and the Preakness Stakes have finally joined the 21st Century. A new Web site has launched today, and gone are the cheesy, static designs, now replaced with– among other things — a count down clock, moving graphics ...

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Wagering at Laurel Park falls 26 percent

After a racing season at Laurel Park marked by the poor economy and the bankruptcy of its owner, total wagering at the track dropped by nearly 26 percent this winter — nearly three times the national average.

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Ruling: No cap applies

A Montgomery County judge has declined to cap the non-economic damages in a multimillion-dollar medical malpractice verdict, saying the state

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