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Tag Archives: Maryland General Assembly

Despite 35,080-case backlog, asbestos docket is under control, Judiciary says (access required)

The Baltimore City Circuit Court’s efforts to reduce its backlog of asbestos cases belies any need for statutory, regulatory or budgetary changes to how these personal injury claims are currently handled, the Maryland Judiciary stated this week in a report ...

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Former Impallaria aide convicted of election law violation for ’18 robocall (access required)

A former aide to Del. Richard K. Impallaria was convicted of violating election laws and sentenced to probation Tuesday for distributing a robocall without a proper authority line last year. Tyler Walch, chief of staff to Impallaria, R-Baltimore and Harford, ...

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Indonesian lawsuits escalate after Boeing chief’s apology

Welcome to Monday, the final day of the 2019 Maryland General Assembly session. Here are some news items to get your week started. — Boeing chief’s apology fuels lawsuits by crash victims’ families. — This copyright case is bananas. — ...

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Ground Up Podcast: Talking ‘bipartisan bro show,’ $15 minimum wage and tax cuts in Annapolis

Bryan P. Sears, The Daily Record’s government reporter, updates us on the Maryland General Assembly’s 2019 session. We talk about Comptroller Peter Franchot fighting with Democratic lawmakers in Annapolis, the cost of school funding, tax cuts and a lot more. ...

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Impallaria’s chief of staff accused of election law violation in robocall (access required)

Maryland’s Office of the State Prosecutor charged the chief of staff for a state delegate Thursday with violating election laws over the summer through a robocall attempting to link a fellow delegate to support for transgender rights. Tyler Walch, who was a ...

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