Here’s a few government and politics headlines for Monday:
- The Baltimore Sun reports the Maryland Port Administration wants to use land at Sparrows Point for an auto terminal sooner than originally planned.
- The Daily Record reports a study of fracking has one environmental organization up in arms.
- The Washington Post reports a future casino in Prince George’s County could have more slot machines than some in the legislature thought it authorized.
- The Cumberland Times-News reports members of Western Maryland’s state delegation and getting involved in the ouster of 10 teachers in the juvenile justice system.