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Perdue poultry pollution suit begins

Two Maryland agencies “didn’t do much of an investigation” for pollutants on the Pocomoke River, leaving it to an environmental group to bring a private action to enforce the Clean Water Act, the plaintiff’s attorney told a federal judge on Tuesday.

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O’Malley joins Ravens linebacker at same-sex marriage fundraiser

Gov. Martin O’Malley and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo huddled Monday night for a fundraiser in support of same-sex marriage in Maryland. The two gathered for a Monday Night Football-watching party at Mother’s Federal Hill Grille on the same day ...

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Police: Silver Spring man fatally shot by officers was suicidal

SILVER SPRING — Montgomery County police have identified a 22-year-old man who was fatally shot by officers inside a Silver Spring home. Police say Tracy Woodfork of Bladensburg was suicidal and told officers that he wanted police to kill him. ...

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Opinions – 9/17/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure Motion to withdraw as counsel BOTTOM LINE: The circuit court’s order rejecting an attorney’s request to withdraw as counsel in a civil action is appealable under the collateral order doctrine. CASE: In The Matter of the Motion of ...

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