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Indicted jail officers faced earlier excessive force claims

When a prisoner shattered glass panes in a control center at a Baltimore jail, the staff summoned a paramilitary-style tactical team to help quell the disturbance. Some inmates used pieces of shirts or bedsheets to hide their faces.

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Some Chesapeake Bay states fighting EPA clean water rule rollback

WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency revoked two regulations last month dealing with clean water and air that present conflicting positions from the Trump Administration over the role states should play in protecting their own natural resources. The first came ...

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Frosh, Trump spar over ruling’s effect on emoluments case

A federal appeals court decision reviving hoteliers’ and restaurateurs’ claims of unconstitutional competition from President Donald Trump’s New York City properties has sparked controversy between attorneys for Maryland and the president over what the ruling means for the state’s similar ...

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DOJ opposes review of emoluments claim dismissal

President Donald Trump opposes review of a three-judge panel’s dismissal of Maryland’s claim that he has committed corruption of constitutional consequence in the handling of his hotel property in Washington. In papers filed Monday, U.S. Justice Department attorneys urged the ...

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Property management firm, owner ordered to repay $2.5M

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s Consumer Protection Division has settled charges against a Montgomery County property management company and its owner, both accused of taking nearly $2.5 million from homeowner and condominium associations. Jason Barry Oseroff of Olney and Evergreen ...

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4th Circuit dismisses Md.’s emoluments claim against Trump

A federal appeals court on Wednesday dismissed Maryland’s lawsuit alleging corruption by President Donald Trump in the handling of his hotel property in Washington. In a published 3-0 decision, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held that Maryland has ...

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Justices weigh constitutionality of Maryland district

WASHINGTON – Based on questions and comments from justices Tuesday, Maryland’s currently configured westernmost congressional district appears to stand no chance of survival if the Supreme Court holds unconstitutional the intentional redrawing of a district to favor one political party, ...

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