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A state’s attorney, delegate and state senator announce a campaign to put the newly passed death penalty repeal in Maryland to referendum.
The Denver mayor, after coming off the IR, fulfills his bet with Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
Comptroller Peter Franchot issued a proclamation to the Mt. Washington Tavern for its dedication to the community.
Lawmakers from Baltimore City and Montgomery County call for stricter gun laws.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools, Local Connections, Awareness
Residents may turn in guns for a $100 certificate no questions asked.
The next gubernatorial election in 2014 could draw a crowded primary field.
Associated Press called for incumbent Ben Cardin to win re-election minutes after the polls closed in Maryland.
DREAM Act, expanded gambling and congressional redistricting also survive referendum challenges.
Baltimore residents will not be allowed on city streets between 6 p.m. Monday and noon Tuesday.
The arcade will feature 25 old school arcade games, such as pinball and skee ball, and it set to open within the next month.
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