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Frosh won’t immediately weigh in on cross dispute, angering Hogan

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh has infuriated Gov. Larry Hogan by declining, for the moment, to join a legal fight against a ruling that a prominent cross-shaped war monument on public violates the U.S. Constitution. Frosh, a ...

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Frosh joins AG coalition to oppose Sinclair/Tribune merger

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh is opposing the proposed merger between Hunt Valley-based Sinclair Broadcasting and Tribune Media, arguing the potential merger will reduce consumer options and decrease the number of media voices. Frosh joined a group of four ...

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Parks panel defends constitutionality of ‘Bladensburg Cross’

A 40-foot tall cross erected as a war memorial on state-owned land in Bladensburg complies with the constitutional separation of church and state because the edifice merely has an “incidental religious feature” maintained for the secular purpose of honoring local ...

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Frosh, county officials ask consumers for price gouging stories

Maryland officials have begun the public rollout of the state’s first-in-the-nation prescription drug price gouging law by soliciting price gouging stories from citizens. Elected officials from Montgomery County and Prince George’s County joined Attorney General Brian Frosh at Riderwood Village, ...

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Judge won’t enjoin Md. from enforcing its drug price gouging law

A federal judge has declined to enjoin Maryland from enforcing its first-of-its-kind prescription drug price gouging law while a trade group appeals the dismissal of its claim the law violates the dormant Commerce Clause. Senior U.S. District Judge Marvin J. ...

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Drug manufacturers appeal ruling on Md. drug price-gouging law

A group of prescription drug manufacturers challenging Maryland’s price gouging law are appealing a federal judge’s ruling that allowed the law to go into effect Sunday. The Association for Accessible Medicines, an industry group representing generic drug makers, alleged the law ...

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Md. drug price-gouging bill allowed to go into law

Maryland’s first-in-the-nation bill to prevent price gouging by prescription drug manufacturers will become law Oct. 1 after a U.S. District Court judge denied the Association for Accessible Medicine’s request for a preliminary injunction. Judge Marvin J. Garbis granted the state ...

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Hogan directs Frosh to sue EPA over out-of-state emissions

Gov. Larry Hogan directed Attorney General Brian Frosh on Wednesday to file suit against the Environmental Protection Agency over the lack of response by regulators to act on pollution complaints dating to 2016 against three dozen out-of-state power plants. The ...

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