Here’s a few government and politics headlines for Tuesday:
- The Washington Post reports Maryland’s legislative ethics committee will hold a rare summer meeting this month.
- The Baltimore Sun reports Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler thinks prison inmates should be given tablet computers.
- The Daily Record reports on major funding for transportation projects in Montgomery County.
- The Annapolis Capital reports Republican voters in Annapolis will have few choices in 2014.
- The Cecil Whig reports on who might succeed Senate Minority Leader E.J. Pipkin, who announced his resignation on Monday.