Daily Archives: March 1, 2011

Gay marriage bill held up

ANNAPOLIS — House Judiciary Committee Chair Joseph F. Vallario Jr. has delayed until Thursday at the earliest a vote on legislation to permit same-sex marriage in Maryland after two critical supporters of the measure said they would not vote before ...

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City settles police misconduct claims

Two months into 2011, verdicts or settlements of lawsuits alleging misconduct by Baltimore police officers have cost the city more than $800,000. Settlements of such cases totaled more than $7.25 million from mid-2007 to mid-2010, and there were additional settlements ...

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Md. House GOP plan would cut additional $621M

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland House Republicans outlined plans Tuesday to reduce state spending by $621 million more than Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley’s budget proposal for the coming fiscal year. The GOP’s plan would make significant cuts to education. For example, the ...

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Imre launches sports marketing division

Marketing agency Imre has launched a sports-focused division to take on national events and clients. The Sparks-based firm has hired two new employees for its five-person department that will help garner more sports-related clients. Imre’s sports clients have included the ...

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Court: Veteran can appeal missed deadline

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court said Tuesday that a court for veterans shouldn’t rigidly enforce deadlines on military vets who suffer from mental illnesses. The high court ruled that Doretha H. Henderson, wife of the late David Henderson, can continue ...

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