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Who’s paying for Sports Legends facelift designs?

Major revitalization projects on Baltimore’s east and west sides would receive a combined $10 million of state money under a capital spending plan approved by the Senate on Wednesday.

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Eye on Annapolis – Senate panel OKs Baltimore school construction financing bill

The Senate Budget and Taxation Committee has unanimously approved a 35-year plan to leverage $60 million a year in public money to pay for nearly $1 billion worth of renovations to Baltimore schools.

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Senate panel OKs Baltimore school construction financing bill

The Senate Budget and Taxation Committee has unanimously approved a 35-year plan to leverage state money to pay for renovation and construction of Baltimore schools.

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Funding measure for Baltimore schools moves forward

ANNAPOLIS — A major funding plan to build new schools in Baltimore has moved forward in the Maryland House of Delegates. The House gave the measure preliminary approval on Thursday after Republicans delayed a vote Wednesday night. The plan would ...

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City lawmakers tell Alonso school construction is top priority

Baltimore representatives in the House of Delegates assured the head of the city's public schools Friday that tackling the issue of school construction financing was their top priority in this year's General Assembly.

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Unwanted slot machines could go to Rocky Gap casino

State gambling officials are considering using slot machines removed from the state’s two largest casinos to furnish a future casino at Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort in Allegany County.

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O’Malley names seven to Gaming Control Commission

Seven people have been appointed to the Maryland State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Friday, including the chairman of a work group that failed to reach consensus on gambling legislation last summer.

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