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Maryland approves wetlands license for nuclear reactor

ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland board approved a wetlands license on Wednesday for work that would be needed to prepare for a potential third nuclear reactor at the Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant in Lusby by the Chesapeake Bay. The Board ...

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New Year brings same-sex civil unions in Delaware

DOVER, Del. — The dawning of the new year in Delaware brings with it a new law allowing same-sex couples to enter into legally recognized civil unions. The new law takes effect at 10 a.m. Sunday. That means most same-sex ...

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Top 5: ‘In the state of Maryland, it’s against the law.’

The start of a “robocall” trial involving one of former Gov. Robert Ehrlich’s top aides, a couple of Court of Appeals opinions and a Silver Spring man ordered to stop acting like a lawyer are among The Daily Record’s top ...

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Can Willie Nelson, slots revive Rocky Gap?

FLINTSTONE — Two companies vying for a state permit to bring up to 1,000 slot machines to a struggling resort inside Rocky Gap State Park dangled Willie Nelson and a water park Tuesday before the commission that will select the ...

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Casino changes upset minority groups

A collection of minority groups is protesting changes the state made to requirements for casino developers eyeing the gaming license up for grabs in Baltimore. Last month, the Video Lottery Facility Location Commission stripped explicit minority business enterprise benchmarks from ...

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Board of Public Works approves water plant upgrade at slots site

ANNAPOLIS — The Board of Public Works has approved upgrading the water treatment plant at Rocky Gap State Park supplies drinking water to the lodge. The board voted 3-0 on Wednesday to approve a proposed contract worth $248,000 to design ...

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FBI documents show three threats to former Gov. Schaefer’s life

Former Maryland Gov. William Donald Schaefer, known for his attention-grabbing and sometimes controversial manner of doing business, had his life threatened at least three times during his more than five decades in public service. According to documents from the Federal ...

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