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News briefs – Legal edition

Developer’s contributions trigger complaint A watchdog group has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against a Maryland developer. The Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington complaint is against Edward St. John and six of his employees. A ...

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News briefs – Business edition

Pension loss cited An audit has found that the agency that runs a voluntary retirement plan for Maryland state employees failed to adequately disclose a $48 million loss in the market value of a conservative investment pool. The audit released ...

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News briefs- Business edition

Integral sees profit Integral Systems Inc., of Columbia, a provider and operator of satellite ground control systems, reaffirmed its fiscal 2009 profit prediction and projected results for fiscal 2010. Integral said it still expects to post a fiscal 2009 profit ...

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News briefs- Legal edition

Marine to plead guilty in fake heroism case A Marine sergeant charged with faking battle injuries to get freebies intended for wounded warriors will plead guilty, a Marine Corps spokeswoman said Monday. Sgt. David W. Budwah, 34, of Springhill, La., ...

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News briefs – Business edition

3D technology licensed A technology developed by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory as part of the Digital Hammurabi Project has been licensed to Trilumen LLC, a Maryland company. The technology permits three-dimensional scanning of small objects and was ...

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News Briefs- Legal edition

Ex-claims adjuster sentenced A former insurance claims adjuster was sentenced Wednesday in Baltimore City Circuit Court to three years imprisonment (suspended), five years of supervised probation and 40 hours of community service following her guilty plea to a charge of ...

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News briefs- Business edition

AAA rating affirmed Although beset by financial troubles, Maryland officials received some good news on Wednesday: All three bond-rating agencies have affirmed the state’s Triple A bond rating, State Treasurer Nancy K. Kopp announced. The state is preparing to sell ...

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