Monthly Archives: June 2010

Behind the Glass

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Foreclosure frenzy in Maryland?

Maryland’s foreclosure mediation law takes effect Thursday with teams of court staffers, reams of new forms and hearing rooms in courthouses across the state dedicated to connecting struggling homeowners and the banks that lent them money. But those who work ...

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Confirmation all but sure, Kagan ends hearings

WASHINGTON — Her confirmation all but assured, Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan neared the end of a final grueling day of Senate questioning Wednesday, fielding GOP challenges on abortion, gays in the military and other divisive issues while sidestepping Democrats’ ...

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Cardin’s Chesapeake Bay bill passes a step

WASHINGTON — Sen. Ben Cardin’s Chesapeake Bay restoration bill was approved Wednesday by a Senate committee after amendments were added to address concerns of Republican lawmakers. An official with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, which recently settled a lawsuit against the ...

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Alito’s influence shows in term’s rulings

WASHINGTON — Two conservative-driven decisions with potentially broad consequences will likely define the just-completed Supreme Court term: freeing corporations and unions to spend as much as they like in campaigns for Congress and president, and ruling that Americans have a ...

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