The blunt-faced, government-issue state office complex doesn’t look like a flash point.Read More »
The Court of Appeals unanimously threw out a lower court ruling that the state violated procurement laws by failing to competitively bid the project. The top court said opponents waited too long to bring their claims, calling it the “fatal flaw” in their challenge.Read More »
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, who has run point for the O'Malley administration for two years on legislation that creates special procurement rules for public-private partnerships, said the bill's success this year should prevent future lawsuits.Read More »
A measure that helped torpedo administration legislation introduced last year to create rules for public-private partnerships has been reintroduced to a House of Delegates committee.Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley said Friday that altering Maryland’s gun policies would be his top priority in a legislative agenda that also includes guaranteeing a market for developers of offshore wind energy, creating special procurement rules for public-private partnerships and repealing the death penalty.
Tagged with: anthony brown Attorney General Brian E. Frosh death penalty Development Energy General Assembly gun control guns Law legal news Michael E. Busch police Second Amendment Sen. E.J. Pipkin state center Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr.Read More »
The planned $1.5 billion redevelopment of State Center in Baltimore was the focus of heated arguments in Baltimore City Circuit Court on Tuesday, including revelations from state documents and emails that show questions were raised about a 2008 “swap” of developers for the project without competitive bidding, a move one state employee described in writing as a “cancer.”Read More »
A Baltimore City Circuit Court judge has scheduled a hearing next Tuesday for arguments on a motion for summary judgment filed by the state in an ongoing lawsuit against the $1.5 billion redevelopment of State Center.Read More »