Though there was no official agreement on the start of a special legislative session Wednesday, there was some other big news out of the State House.
When Gov. Martin O’Malley, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. and House Speaker Michael E. Busch met for breakfast last week, the trio had huevos rancheros, a Mexican breakfast dish that includes fried eggs on lightly fried corn tortillas, topped with tomato-chili sauce.
Fresh fruit and granola were also on the menu, an O’Malley spokeswoman said.
Now that the big news is out of the way, here’s a few other headlines from around the state:
- Patch.com reports that two Baltimore County senators have filed suit to overturn the state’s legislative redistricting plan.
- The Washington Examiner details Maryland’s new social media privacy law, signed yesterday by O’Malley.
- MarylandReporter.com details a $600 million contract award to provide health care to the state’s 26,000 prison inmates.
- The Herald-Mail reported that the Washington County Commissioners have agreed to contribute $400,000 per year to a new downtown Hagerstown Stadium. It was previously reported that the state could kick in some cash, too.