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Appellate court sinks proposed floating restaurant next to Tiki Barge

Appellate court sinks proposed floating restaurant next to Tiki Barge

The Court of Special Appeals last week affirmed a ruling in Baltimore City Circuit Court, which had affirmed a liquor board decision not to expand Parkway Swirnow Inc.'s liquor license in the Harborview community to include Raw Barge Seafood Co. Parkway Swirnow already holds the liquor license for Tiki Barge and nearby Tabrizi’s and Sorso Cafe, but its plans for the Raw Barge have twice been stymied by the city’s Board of Liquor License Commissioners

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Myra Bradwell did not find justice

Myra Bradwell did not find justice

My colleague Lauren Kirkwood's article about the Finding Justice book event Monday celebrating women attorneys in Maryland reminded me of my Constitutional Law class (c. 1989) and the Supreme Court's 1873 decision in Myra Bradwll v. Illinois.

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With Freddie Gray, echoes of Dondi Johnson

With Freddie Gray, echoes of Dondi Johnson

There obviously is much more information that will come out about the death of Freddie Gray, especially now that the federal Department of Justice is involved. But keep in mind one name as the investigation unfolds, particularly with details about how Gray was transported by police.

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Lawsuit over gun range ear muffs ends quietly

Lawsuit over gun range ear muffs ends quietly

A Hyattsville woman has withdrawn her lawsuit against a Rockville shooting range that she claims caused her permanent hearing loss. Saleena R. Gilliard alleged Gilbert Indoor Shooting Range did not properly instruct her how to wear her protective ear muffs and as a result will "likely require hearing aids for the duration of her life," according to her complaint.

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Hershey v. Hershey almost wrapped up

Hershey v. Hershey almost wrapped up

The end of the General Assembly's legislative session means some lawmakers will take a vacation while others will go back to their day jobs. For Sen. Stephen S. Hershey Jr., Sine Die means the Eastern Shore Republican will finally have a chance to end a trademark infringement lawsuit over his campaign signs.

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