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The Daily Record News Quiz: May 9-13

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this new interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right!

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O’Malley signs wine, casino bills

Tuesday’s bill signing ceremony will be dominated by coverage over the state’s “Dream Act,” which will allow illegal immigrants to pay in-state college tuition. But, Gov. Martin O’Malley and legislative leaders will also put their pens to new laws regarding ...

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Assembly passes Orphans’ Court measure

ANNAPOLIS — Prince George’s County may be the next jurisdiction to require that judges on its Orphans’ Court be Maryland lawyers. Before finishing its session at midnight, the General Assembly passed Senate Bill 281. The measure authorizes a statewide ballot ...

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Maryland Senators kill transgender protection measure

ANNAPOLIS — On the General Assembly’s final day, the Senate killed legislation that would have protected transgendered individuals from discrimination in employment, housing and credit. By a 27-20 vote, the Senate on Monday sent the anti-discrimination measure — which had ...

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Legislators gear up for big issues on final day of session

ANNAPOLIS – The creation of a state-run venture capital fund, an alcohol tax hike and a financial Band-Aid for Maryland horse racing await lawmakers Monday, the final day of their legislative session. Those are among the largest business issues remaining ...

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Laslo Boyd: UM-UMB merger makes little sense

State Senate President Mike Miller’s proposal to merge the College Park and Baltimore campuses of the University System of Maryland is, despite its wholehearted endorsement by Gov. Martin O’Malley, a stunningly bad idea. There are so many things wrong with ...

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Transgender protection bill advances in Maryland Senate

ANNAPOLIS — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says the reason he stalled work on a measure to extend protections to transgendered individuals is because the proposal lacks enough support in the Senate. The Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee is scheduled ...

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