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Tag Archives: Del. Tiffany T. Alston

Week in review – 9/28/12

City wants to shift funds to bridge A plan to build a $32.9 million bridge from the foot of Central Avenue near Fells Point across a small inlet to Harbor Point — the site of the new Exelon Corp. divisional ...

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Week in review: 9/21/12

Harborplace retailers changing? An affiliate of General Growth Properties Inc. may operate Harborplace for another 75 years, but that hardly guarantees that the retailers there will enjoy the same longevity. The proposed deal between Harbor Place Associates Limited Partnership and ...

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Delegate Alston: No deal

Despite a judicial tongue-lashing, Del. Tiffany T. Alston on Wednesday continued to reject proposed plea deals from the Maryland State Prosecutor following her June conviction for misdemeanor theft and misconduct in office, convictions that could lead to her ouster from the House of Delegates.

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Same-sex marriage and the ‘Cone of Silence’

The story of how the Maryland House of Delegates passed same-sex marriage legislation during the General Assembly’s regular session has already been told. Still, I found it interesting to hear Del. Kathleen M. Dumais’ firsthand account, which she gave Friday ...

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Eye Opener: Gambling market not over saturated, study says

A joint study by PricewaterhouseCoopers and the state Department of Legislative Services found that Maryland could support a casino at National Harbor without adversely affecting business at the five casinos already approved in the state. Here’s a few other headlines ...

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Eye Opener: Gambling work group to get consultant’s report

The work group considering an expansion of gambling in Maryland will receive the results of a study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers Tuesday morning. Members of the work group said the study, which is examining the viability of adding a sixth casino ...

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Eye Opener: Same-sex marriage law appears ready for referendum

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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