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Md. tech industry leaders talk shop (access required)

Maryland has the goods; it just needs the plan. That’s the take-home message from a panel of experts who spoke Tuesday about advancing Maryland’s technology industry by playing up the region’s strengths and making better use of existing assets, such as the talented workforce and prestigious anchor institutions.

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Miller, Busch consider different approaches for transportation (access required)

Maryland’s top legislative leaders agree the state needs to spend more on transportation projects but they’re not willing to go along with the proposed 15-cent gasoline tax hike over three years. “I think that’s too much,” said Senate President Thomas ...

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The Daily Record honors 25 for leadership in law (access required)

The Daily Record held its annual Leadership in Law awards on Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 at The Hotel at Arundel Preserve. The event was created in 2000 to draw attention to the many Maryland legal professionals — lawyers and judges — whose dedication to their occupation and to their communities deserves particular recognition.

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Obama, Biden plan debt session with Senate Dems

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will meet with Senate Democratic leaders Wednesday to continue discussions over debt negotiations. Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will meet with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Sens. Dick Durbin and Charles Schumer. The meeting ...

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State agencies examining impact of federal shutdown

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland state agencies are examining how a federal government shutdown could affect state operations. State agency leaders are scheduled to discuss the potential impact Thursday at a meeting or teleconference. “We’ve already been talking to all the cabinet ...

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Maryland’s budget woes will dominate 2011 legislative session (access required)

Maryland’s budget woes will dominate the 2011 legislative session as lawmakers seek to bridge a $1.6 billion deficit without the federal safety net that eased the state’s fiscal pain in recent years. Gov. Martin O’Malley has vowed to avoid tax ...

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