May 9, 2012
Gov. Martin O’Malley and General Assembly leaders will discuss details of next week’s special session today in Annapolis.
Lawmakers are expected to come in with a compromise in place — raising some questions about how that can be done while staying within the constraints of the state’s Open Meetings Act.
Here’s a few other headlines from around the state:
- The Baltimore Sun reports that an environmental group is questioning O’Malley’s ties to the poultry industry.
- MarylandReporter.com reports that former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich isn’t talking state politics these days.
- The Herald-Mail reports that the Hagerstown City Council has approved up to $400,000 in annual spending for for a $30 million multipurpose stadium. O’Malley has said the state could kick in some money, too.
- The Frederick News-Post details the digital disclosure legislation that passed in the General Assembly, which allows lawmakers’ ethics filing to be viewed online.