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Week in review – 8/3/12

Caesars OK’d for casino A state commission on Tuesday approved a slot machine license for Caesars Entertainment to build a casino in Baltimore. The unanimous vote for the Baltimore casino grants the fifth and final casino license allowed under state ...

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Despite appeal, Maryland must change handgun permit law

The state has two weeks to change its handgun-permit process, under a ruling by the same U.S. District Court judge who found the current law violates the constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

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As Md. bear numbers rise, so does hunt quota

HAGERSTOWN — The Department of Natural Resources says Maryland’s black bear population has more than doubled since 2005 and it’s adjusting the hunting rules accordingly. Wildlife biologist Harry Spiker said Friday that a population study done last year indicates at ...

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Home construction in slow but steady comeback

WASHINGTON — Home construction is making a long-awaited recovery that could help energize the U.S. economy. From areas like Phoenix that are finally arising from the housing bust to cities like Chicago and Minneapolis where strong economies have lifted demand, ...

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Home prices rise in most major U.S. cities

WASHINGTON — Home prices rose in March from February in most major U.S. cities for the first time in seven months. The increase is the latest evidence of a slow recovery taking shape in the housing market. The Standard & ...

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Home building slows, permits hit three-and-a-half-year high

WASHINGTON — U.S. builders requested the most permits in March for single-family homes and apartments in 3½ years, suggesting that many expect the housing market to improve over the next year. The Commerce Department said Tuesday that permits, a gauge of ...

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After nine-year legal battle, a permit for Reaching Hearts

Winning court battles against the Prince George’s County government is something that Reaching Hearts International Inc. has become quite familiar with over the last nine years. However, despite racking up a favorable jury verdict, court orders and some $4 million ...

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Top 5: ‘He had a 25-year-old mind in a 91-year-old body’

The Baltimore legal community mourning the loss of a longtime prosecutor and a Baltimore County restaurant winning a round in a battle over its parking lot are among the Top 5 legal affairs stories of the week. The most-read story ...

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