Here’s a few government and politics headlines for Thursday:
- The Washington Post reports that Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III plan to take over county schools has been watered down by lawmakers.
- The Baltimore Sun reports legislation that would alter the state’s speed camera program is headed to the House of Delegates.
- The Daily Record reports that rules for casino employees are being relaxed.
- The Gazette reports on legislation near passage that would stiffen penalties for talking on a cell phone while driving.
- The Capital of Annapolis reports an Anne Arundel County Republican is calling for creation of a volunteer militia across the state.
- The Frederick News-Post reports on legislation that would help prevent medically fragile children who had been in foster care from falling through the cracks in adulthood.