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Daily Archives: January 3, 2013

Fee fight back on in voter-registration case

Civil-rights lawyers say they will take any steps necessary, including garnishing the property of the state or certain state officials, after the Maryland Board of Public Works last month again refused to honor a federal court order to pay their attorneys’ fees in a voter-registration case.

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Editorial: Lessons from a middle linebacker

When Ray Lewis walks off the field one last time, the Baltimore Ravens will be losing more than just an outstanding middle linebacker and the last of the original 1996 lineup. Mr. Lewis, the rookie who never left, is widely viewed as the heart of the team, the engine that makes it run.

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Barry Rosen: Those social media passwords – private!

Robert Collins, an employee with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, took a leave of absence from his job at the Patuxent Institution. When he reapplied for his job, he was asked to disclose his Facebook user name and password. Collins complied and was eventually rehired, but he complained to the Maryland Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

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