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Tag Archives: Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals

State board defers decision on $120M pharmacy contract

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works has deferred action on a $120 million pharmacy contract for the state’s prison inmates after a long and contentious debate. The board decided Wednesday to postpone a vote on the five-year contract ...

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Baltimore judge upholds state’s decision on city casino site bid

A would-be casino developer spurned by the state said he is planning to file an appeal of a Baltimore judge’s ruling upholding the state’s rejection of his proposal to build a slots parlor in the city. Donald C. Fry, chairman ...

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State urges Baltimore judge to deny would-be casino developer’s challenge

The state of Maryland urged a Baltimore judge on Wednesday to deny a challenge by a would-be casino developer seeking to secure the lone city gaming license. Baltimore City Entertainment Group “was a terrible, terrible applicant,” said Daniel A. Friedman, ...

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Second try at finding Baltimore casino developer moving forward

The state’s second attempt to find a developer to build a casino in Baltimore will move forward after the disqualified winner of the first attempt dropped his request on Wednesday that the courts put the process on ice. The move ...

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Prescription contract pulled from BPW

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley is pulling a $2.4 billion prescription drug contract from consideration before a state board, saying a challenge to the deal should be completed first. The Board of Public Works was scheduled to decide Wednesday whether ...

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Md. Board of Contract Appeals upholds rejection of Baltimore slots bid

The Maryland State Board of Contract Appeals on Wednesday denied an appeal from a Canadian homebuilder whose bid for a slots casino in downtown Baltimore was rejected last December. The decision opens the door for the state to rebid the ...

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