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Miller expects ethics panel recommendations for Currie next week

ANNNAPOLIS — Maryland Sen. President Thomas V. Mike Miller says he expects an ethics panel to make recommendations regarding a fellow senator’s failure to disclose work he did for a grocery store chain no later than next week. Miller said ...

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Marta Mossburg: Questions aplenty for DHCD deal

The stink emanating from the planned move of the Department of Housing and Community Development from Anne Arundel County to Prince George’s County rivals rot exposed from corruption trials this year of politicians from the agency’s future home. Financial concerns ...

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More on the Maryland transportation funding puzzle

Sen. Ed Kasemeyer, the chairman of the powerful Budget and Taxation Committee, had a frank assessment Wednesday of the General Assembly’s record on the gasoline tax. “We just didn’t do our job,” he said. The excise tax on gasoline has ...

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Boosting funding for transportation may not make 2012 session agenda

ANNAPOLIS — The Red Line and Purple Line light rail projects will not be built unless Maryland boosts transportation revenue, but that issue could be crowded out in 2012 by more pressing state needs. Lawmakers will face a $1 billion ...

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Dinegar talks Maryland, Virginia competition

Jim Dinegar, the president and CEO of the Greater Washington Board of Trade, has a unique point of view on the Maryland vs. Virginia economic development battle because his constituency hails from Northern Virginia, suburban Maryland and the city in ...

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Combined reporting gains traction; hurdles remain

ANNAPOLIS — A proposal to toughen taxes for multistate corporations could grow more palatable to lawmakers as they approach votes on a package of spending cuts and accounting maneuvers designed to span a $1.6 billion budget deficit. Supporters of combined ...

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Legislature seeks to stop casino infighting

ANNAPOLIS – The state Senate gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a bill that would require casino owners to play nice with each other as Maryland’s gaming industry struggles to get off the ground in the crowded mid-Atlantic gaming landscape. The ...

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