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D.C. attorney general withdraws from Department of Corrections defense

Today is Monday, the 75th anniversary of the debut of the motion picture “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Here are some more news items. — District of Columbia’s attorney general withdraws from defending city’s Department of Corrections. — Wyoming has become ...

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Md. lawmaker to discuss medical marijuana measure

ANNAPOLIS — Delegate Cheryl Glenn wants Maryland to become the 19th state, including the District of Columbia, to provide a system for regulated medical marijuana use. The Baltimore City Democrat will hold a news conference Thursday to discuss a bill ...

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Report: Md., Va., most vulnerable in budget fight

ANNAPOLIS — A Wells Fargo report says Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia are the most vulnerable to looming and widespread federal budget cuts. The report released Monday examines states that would feel the most pain from $85 billion ...

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ACLU wants to know how license plate data is used

ANNAPOLIS — The American Civil Liberties Union is asking police agencies nationwide for details on how they store data captured by automatic license plate readers, which authorities say help fight crime and terrorism and are not used to stockpile information on ...

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