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Maryland Residents Warned About Invasive Species

The Maryland Department of Agriculture is warning residents about an invasive species that pose a threat to agricultural and natural resources.

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Prosecutors Confronting Marijuana Law’s Challenges in Md.

A new law that will decriminalize marijuana in October involves some ambiguities that police and prosecutors are just beginning to confront.


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Invasive Catfish In Maryland

Authorities are working to reduce the number of invasive catfish in Maryland waterways, partly by encouraging people to eat them.


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Marylanders Warned To Watch For Bears

As bears leave their winter dens to search for food, Maryland residents are being urged to take caution.


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Md. Bills to Address Problems With Common Core Passed

The Maryland General Assembly has approved measures to address concerns with the education program known as Common Core.


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Maryland To Revamp Flawed Health Exchange

State health officials voted to replace the technology in their health exchange website.


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Md. Audit: Employees Charged Thousands Worth of ‘Inappropriate’ Goods to State-Issued Cards

An audit released by Maryland’s Department of Legislative Services last week says thousands of dollars worth of “inappropriate” items have been charged by state credit card holders in recent years.


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Maryland House Votes on State’s $39B Budget

The Maryland House of Delegates has approved the state’s $39 billion budget for the next fiscal year.


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70-MPH Speed Limit Bill Won’t Advance to Senate

Maryland’s House of Delegates has passed a measure allowing 70-mph speed limits on expressways and interstate highways, but the bill apparently won’t receive a Senate vote.


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Md. Bill to Stop Transgender Discrimination Approved

A measure to prevent discrimination against people who are transgender cleared the Maryland General Assembly on Thursday, and Gov. Martin O’Malley plans to sign the bill into law.