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Eye Opener: Same-sex marriage law appears ready for referendum (access required)

More than 20,000 people have apparently visited the new Maryland Live! casino in its first two days of operation, pumping money into slot machines. But, with traffic still snared on surrounding roadways, getting there may be the bigger gamble right ...

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Constellation-Exelon deal gets final approval

Exelon Corp.’s $7.9 billion acquisition of Baltimore’s last remaining Fortune 500 company cleared its final regulatory hurdle Friday with the conditional approval of the deal by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. On Feb. 17, Maryland’s Public Service Commission gave its ...

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PSC approves Constellation-Exelon merger

The Public Service Commission conditionally approved Exelon Corp.’s $7.9 billion purchase of Constellation Energy Group on Friday. Baltimore’s last remaining Fortune 500 company’s days appeared to be numbered after state regulators signed off on the all-stock deal, under which the ...

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Maryland consumer advocate opposes Constellation-Exelon deal

Maryland’s consumer advocate says Exelon’s proposed $7.9 billion takeover Constellation Energy is still not in the public’s interest, despite the two companies’ recent settlement with Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration. The Maryland Office of People’s Counsel said in a filing Monday ...

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EDF drops opposition to Exelon-Constellation deal (access required)

Electricite de France, Constellation Energy Group’s largest shareholder and up to now the biggest critic of the company’s planned $7.9 billion acquisition by Exelon Corp., said Tuesday it was now on board with the deal. The French utility giant had ...

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Md. could look to N.J. for wind power model

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers are preparing to resume debate on one of Gov. Martin O’Malley’s major green initiatives, an offshore wind energy bill that stalled during the last legislative session amid concerns about the cost to utility companies and their ...

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