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Monthly Archives: January 2012

O’Malley makes case for gay marriage law

ANNAPOLIS – In testimony before a Senate committee Tuesday, Gov. Martin O’Malley stressed the importance of balancing the freedom of Maryland’s religious institutions to practice their faith with the civil rights of same-sex couples in the state. “As a free ...

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Baltimore City high school goes high-tech with tablets

Reginald F. Lewis High School is one of four Maryland schools participating in Verizon Wireless’ Mobile Learning Lab, a program where a Samsung Galaxy tablet-filled bus comes to the school once a week. This month, the school launched another partnership with Verizon Wireless: a 12-week trial of the Samsung tablets for use in Spanish classes.

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Assembly in no hurry on gas tax

ANNAPOLIS – The governor’s proposal to extend the sales tax to gasoline will likely linger until the waning days of the General Assembly session, top Democrats said Tuesday. Many legislators were “caught unaware” by the size of plan announced on ...

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Tablets help Baltimore high school students get ready for business

As school administrators look for ways to boost academics through interactive technology, business leaders say there’s another advantage to putting more gadgets into students’ hands: it replicates the business world. “We don’t go into a meeting where people aren’t sitting ...

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