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Board of elections memo hurts Gansler fundraising effort

A four-page memo on campaign fundraising during the 2014 General Assembly session will mostly likely hurt Doug Gansler more than any other declared gubernatorial candidate.

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Szeliga: GOP agrees with Brown on need for investigation

The number two Republican in the House of Delegates said Friday that delegates in her party agree with Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown on the need for a legislative investigation into the failures of the state health insurance exchange.

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More on those criminal checks on the media

A spokeswoman for Gov. Martin O’Malley has elaborated on the issue of criminal background checks for reporters that went into effect today. Last week, the state announced new procedures for issuing media credentials to reporters who cover the State House ...

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Cost of bail decision could approach $500 million

The cost of implementing changes required by a September Court of Appeals ruling requiring public defenders at all judicial hearings, including those involving bail, could top $500 million over 10 years according to Montgomery County State's Attorney John McCarthy.

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Steiner talks minimum wage and the 2014 General Assembly session

Marc Steiner takes a look at the issue in a podcast that is part of his lead-up to his 11th annual Annapolis Summit show on Jan. 8. The radio host speaks with Dels. Mary Washington and Andrew Serafini about the minimum wage issue.

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