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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Audit: Police failing on crime settlement

The American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland says an independent audit shows the Baltimore Police Department is not living up to its end of a 2010 settlement designed to stem improper arrests for “quality of life” crimes. The ACLU on ...

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MSBA attracts overflow crowd for Law Day

The Maryland State Bar Association and the American Bar Association advocated for increased court funding Monday during the MSBA’s annual Law Day conference. ABA President William T. Robinson III and Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell spoke at ...

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Federal spending helping state’s economy

CAMBRIDGE — Maryland’s recovery gained momentum during the last year largely on the strength of increased federal spending and BRAC-related development, a leading economist told state and local economic development officials gathered here Monday. While much of the news was ...

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Maryland not meeting ozone standards

Maryland is not meeting federal ozone standards and isn’t likely to do so without federal policies to address pollution blowing in from other states. That’s the word from a new clean-air report issued Monday by the Maryland Department of the ...

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