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3:35 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

“Ban The Box” Signed Into Law, Baltimore’s Curfew, A Profile Of Larry Hogan, & Bike To Work Day

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Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has signed into law the so-called “ban the box” bill, requiring most city employers not to ask most job applicants about their criminal histories until extending a conditional job offer.

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11:14 am
Thu May 8, 2014

Gubernatorial Debate For Democrats, Cardin Statement On Absences And 26th Street Collapse

Attorney General Doug Gansler
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Democratic gubernatorial debate: The three main candidates for the Democratic nomination for governor debated last night at the University of Maryland in College Park. Click here to get a recap from WYPR's Christopher Connelly and Matt Tacka.

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8:48 am
Wed December 18, 2013

Mizeur Officially Enters Governor’s Race, Health Exchange News, The Minimum Wage, & Offshore Wind

Heather Mizeur
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Montgomery County Delegate Heather Mizeur has officially entered the 2014 governor’s race. Plus: health exchange news, the minimum wage, a new contract for Giant and Safeway workers, offshore wind, higher fines proposed for sewage spills, schools to close in Baltimore, and more.

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8:15 am
Wed August 28, 2013

The March On Washington, Grand Prix Closures, Dolphin Deaths, and Labor Day Travel

Governor Martin O'Malley will speak at today's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.  More on today's events, plus: Grand Prix-related road closures, dolphin deaths, Labor Day travel projections, a bid for the 2024 Olympics, and more.

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7:53 am
Tue August 27, 2013

Grand Prix Street Closures, Chicken Manure Use, and A Tornado Confirmed In Harford County

Grand Prix Street Closures, Delayed Rule Changes for Chicken Manure Use, DC-Based Federal Workers Urged to Stay Home on Wednesday, the NWS Confirms A Tornado In Harford County Earlier This Month, and more…

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