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Newsmakers: General Assembly leaders Miller and Busch

Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and House of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch sat down with State House reporter Nick Sohr to talk about the big issues facing the General Assembly this session. Topics discussed are the state budget, transportation, same-sex marriage and a wind energy bill.

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Miller on capital punishment, O’Malley and the Beltway Sniper

During an interview last week with The Daily Record’s Nick Sohr, Maryland Senate President Thomas V. “Mike” Miller Jr. took a moment to reflect on his positions on capital punishment in the state — with clear opposition to Gov. Martin ...

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Opinions differ on color for Maryland State House dome

ANNAPOLIS— The State House dome, which is getting a new paint job, is a near-sacred place for people who appreciate its historical significance. And because people care so deeply, there is a vigorous debate going on over what color it ...

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Real Estate Weekly: O’Malley signs bill to adopt green construction code

State House dome’s exterior gets attention The Maryland State House dome will be getting a paint job and some window work. The Department of General Services announced the plans on Monday. The work began on May 1. Modern paint coatings used ...

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Mikulski, Mfume, aides to eulogize Schaefer

ANNAPOLIS — Political bigwigs and close personal friends plan to eulogize William Donald Schaefer at his funeral next week. U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski, former NAACP President Kweisi Mfume and long-time aide Lainy Lebow-Sachs — who held Schaefer’s hand as he ...

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Sine Die 2011 at the Maryland State House

The Maryland General Assembly closed its 2011 session Monday night taking on many bills, including raising the alcohol tax and sending millions in subsidies to the state's horse racing industry. Daily Record photographer Maximilian Franz was there to catch the action.

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