Smoking ban advances

ANNAPOLIS — A statewide smoking ban in bars and restaurants advanced farther Monday than ever before and could pass both General Assembly chambers by early next week.

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This year, electric debate without high tension

ANNAPOLIS - It was a year ago last March when a Baltimore power company gave state lawmakers quite a shock: The expiration of price caps meant consumers would be hit with 72 percent rate hikes in their summer power bills, just in time for consumers to take out their anger on incumbent politicians in the fall.

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