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Case against lawyer accused of smuggling Suboxone put on inactive docket

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A Baltimore attorney accused of smuggling Suboxone to a client in prison had his case placed on the inactive docket by prosecutors Tuesday. Steven Thurman Mitchell, 55, was charged in Washington County Circuit Court last year with possession of a controlled ...

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Western Md. school board sues drugmaker over specialty medicine price

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A drug prescribed to two Washington County teachers is the basis of a $2.8 million lawsuit that claims the manufacturer has dramatically raised the medication’s price and stopped competitors from going to market. Acthar is a prescription drug manufactured by Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals ...

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Baltimore attorney charged with smuggling Suboxone into prison

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A Baltimore attorney was charged with misdemeanor drug offenses after prison officials said he smuggled Suboxone to a client. Steven Thurman Mitchell, 54, was charged Friday in Washington County District Court with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, possession of ...

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Md. court agrees to report decision that state law preempts local solar farm regulation

Standard Solar developed, built and financed this 1.4 megawatt solar project, which is on six acres of school system-owned land at the Fort Smallwood Facilities complex in Pasadena. (Standard Solar photo)

The state has implicitly preempted local regulation of potential solar farms, according to a ruling from Maryland’s second-highest court re-issued Thursday as a reported opinion. The three-judge panel’s determination that the Maryland Public Services Commission has exclusive jurisdiction for considering applications for ...

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