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Special Education Bill Supporters Drum Up More Support

When a special education student is struggling, current law generally requires the parent to prove the school’s education program for the student is inadequate.


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Md. Bill to Stop Transgender Discrimination Progresses

A measure to prevent discrimination against people who are transgender moved forward in the Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday, sparking a sometimes heated debate about how the bill would affect public restrooms.


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Minimum Wage Hike Hearing Set in Annapolis

A provision to give certain social workers an extra pay increase is still holding up the minimum wage bill. More than 200 developmentally disabled residents and their caregivers converged on Annapolis Wednesday to help push the provision through.


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Black Ice A Factor In Deadly Upper Marlboro Crash

A man was killed when his pickup truck overturned on Central Avenue in Upper Marlboro early Wednesday morning.


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Sick Leave Bill Left Behind In Maryland

Lawmakers say efforts to raise Maryland’s minimum wage are crowding out the bill that would require employers to offer paid sick leave.


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Gary Williams Elected to National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame

Maryland basketball’s legendary former coach Gary Williams has been elected to the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.


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Maryland Women’s Basketball Beats Army 90-52

Alyssa Thomas had 13 points and 14 rebounds, Lexie Brown scored 21 and No. 4 seed Maryland closed the first half with 20 straight points to roll past Army 90-52 Sunday in the opening round of the NCAA women’s tournament.


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Battle Over Minimum Wage Continues In Maryland

Maryland lawmakers expect to resolve the matter by the day’s end, but won’t move the minimum wage bill before it’s fixed.


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Maryland House Gives Initial OK to Medical Pot Bill

A measure designed to make Maryland’s medical marijuana law effective moved a step forward on Saturday in the Maryland House of Delegates.


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Md. Marijuana Decriminalization Vote Coming Friday

The Maryland Senate is set to vote Friday on whether to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana.