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Tag Archives: Martin O’Malley

Mission failure: O’Malley budget won’t erase structural deficit

O'Malley's soon-to-be-released spending plan, which is expected to come in around $39 billion for the next fiscal 2015, would be about $2 billion more than the budget approved for the current year.

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Initial findings released on police and disabled

A state panel tasked with making recommendations about police training about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities says current training is inconsistent and not comprehensive. The initial findings were released Thursday in a progress report by the commission, which was ...

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O’Malley, lawmakers want top court to reconsider lawyers-at-bail ruling

Speaking on the first day of the 2014 General Assembly session, Gov. Martin O’Malley and the General Assembly’s leadership voiced hope Wednesday that the state’s top court will reconsider its September decision that defendants have a right to counsel at initial bail hearings -- a ruling that could cost the state at least $28 million annually.

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Md. announces clothing company expansion

ANNAPOLIS — A new Carlisle Etcetera national distribution center is opening in Carroll County, and the English American Tailoring Company in Westminster is expanding. Gov. Martin O’Malley and Carroll County economic development officials made the announcement Tuesday. Both companies are ...

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Political contributions raise eyebrows

Corporations doing business with the Maryland government donated millions of dollars to a national organization headed by Gov. Martin O’Malley even as the state awarded them billions of dollars in contracts, according to an organization whose chairman is expected to run for governor as a Republican this year.

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