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Eye Opener: O’Malley says special session chance is ’50-50′

Gov. Martin O’Malley told reporters in Ocean City Tuesday that there was still a “50-50” chance that he would call a special session of the General Assembly.

“I would very much like to get the lingering issues around gaming resolved,” O’Malley told The Washington Post and others at a gathering of the Maryland Municipal League.

Here’s a few other headlines today:

The Daily Record reports that with no special session, there is no urgency among members of a legislative task force reviewing the Court of Appeals’ pit bull ruling.

The Frederick News-Post reports that county officials are trying to jump start work on a 173-acre technology park in Frederick.

Patch.com reports that Baltimore County has hired law firm Venable LLP to aid in the county’s collection of $4.5 million owed by bankrupt RG Steel LLC.