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Love It has no love for vendor

Love It has no love for vendor

The vendor’s sales manager wanted the Baltimore business to pay the $3,000 it owed, so he emailed the company last month indicating he would make a “PERSONAL VISIT” from Florida to Charm City if the money was not quickly forthcoming.

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Editorial: A chemical giant reborn

The announcement right before the holidays that Worthington Industries is closing its steel-processing plant in Essex is a reminder of the long, grinding attrition of Maryland’s traditional strengths in manufacturing and heavy industry.

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Editorial: All in the Family Division

Imagine the fate of your family life depends on a trial judge, who will issue a custody decision based in part on an investigative report. Now, imagine that the report can only be viewed in one room of one courthouse. No copying allowed. No exceptions.

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No-copy policy requires judge’s discretion

The state’s highest court has questioned a longstanding policy of the Baltimore City Circuit Court in custody cases, which bars attorneys and self-represented litigants from taking a custody investigator’s report out of the Family Division Clerk’s Office or even making photocopies of it.

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