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Miller, Busch see difficulty in raising gas tax

CAMBRIDGE — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller and Speaker of the House of Delegates Michael Busch say that while they support spending more on transportation infrastructure to create jobs, it will be difficult to get a majority vote for ...

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Bechtel gets $9.5M to keep 1,250 employees in Maryland

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland will pay Bechtel Corp. $9.5 million to keep most of the company’s Frederick County operations and employees from moving to Northern Virginia. “We find ourselves in pretty extraordinary times,” said Christian Johansson, secretary of the Department of ...

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Redistricting special session begins

ANNAPOLIS — A special session on congressional redistricting in Maryland is getting started. Gov. Martin O’Malley, a Democrat, is holding a news conference Monday morning to discuss the session, along with House Speaker Michael Busch and Senate President Thomas V. ...

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Alternate redistricting bills will get hearing

ANNAPOLIS — Legislation containing Maryland redistricting plans that are different from Gov. Martin O’Malley’s proposal will get full hearings in a special session next week. Alexandra Hughes, a spokeswoman for House Speaker Michael Busch, said Friday that all proposals will ...

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Panel approves proposed redistricting map

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley’s advisory committee on legislative redistricting voted 4-1 Monday to approve its proposed new map for Maryland’s eight congressional districts, a measure that likely makes the state’s western district more competitive for Democrats. The biggest changes ...

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Job creation legislation may be part of special session

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley said Wednesday he may push for job creation legislation during the special General Assembly session in October. Speaking after the Board of Public Works meeting, O’Malley said his administration is “considering” adding jobs measures to ...

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