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Md. agencies partner on surveys for offshore wind

Days after Virginia announced it would begin surveying ocean floor in preparation for a potential offshore wind energy program, two Maryland agencies have partnered to accelerate environmental surveys necessary for the development of offshore wind.

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Is it time to hold or fold?

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland General Assembly convened its 2012 session with a lengthy list of leftover business from 2011, including proposals to expand gambling, raise gasoline taxes and create a market for offshore wind energy. The legislature adjourned Monday night ...

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General Assembly faces a busy final day

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers will enter the final day of the 2012 session faced with a long list of unresolved important issues. Faced with mandatory adjournment at midnight, the long-time presiding officers of both chambers warned their members to be ready ...

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Short on time, General Assembly has weekend session

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers are holding an unusual weekend session to catch up. Both the House of Delegates and Senate are scheduled to work on Saturday, two days before scheduled adjournment at midnight Monday. A panel of House and Senate ...

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Miller to senators: Don’t make plans until the end of April

With the state budget still unresolved, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, D-Calvert and Prince George’s, gave his chamber a warning Tuesday morning. “Right now, both the Senate and House are very far apart,” Miller said just before adjournment. “Keep ...

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