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Tag Archives: Earl Adams

Earl Adams: P-3 passed — now what? (access required)

The General Assembly took a big step toward solving the state’s infrastructure needs when it passed the governor’s Public Private Partnership bill during the 2013 session. As with all significant pieces of legislation, the hard part is now in implementing it, which includes the drafting of detailed regulations. With the estimated revenue the governor’s transportation package is expected to raise — roughly $3 billion over five years — it is imperative that state agencies embrace the full potential of P-3 projects and work quickly to get projects moving and shovels in the ground whether initiated by the state or otherwise.

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Earl Adams: Special session should pass P-3 legislation (access required)

Several important issues were left unresolved at the end of the 2012 General Assembly session, and it is unfortunate that the governor’s public-private partnership (P-3) bill was one of them. But now the assembly is preparing to convene in a ...

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Top 5: ‘The petition having been improvidently granted’ (access required)

The Court of Appeals deciding over a weekend not to rule on a case it heard and Gregg Bernstein looking back on his first year as Baltimore City’s top prosecutor are among the most-read legal affairs stories of the week. ...

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