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A battle between wine lovers and Maryland legislators was finally settled in the most recent session of the General Assembly.
Gov. Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he is considering the possibility of holding two special sessions, one next month to focus on a revenue package to avoid about a half a billion in budget cuts and another in August to address an expansion of gambling in the state.
The county is considering a legal battle against the state to avoid charging property owners for runoff cleanup efforts.
Maryland's counties have been put on notice: Moody's Investor Service is concerned about their ability to balance their budgets thanks to a change in the state's forumla for education funding as well as state cuts in education aid.
Maryland energy policy remains in limbo, without major progress on offshore wind or hydraulic fracturing during the recently completed General Assembly session
Employers in Maryland won't be able to ask for employees' passwords to Facebook, Twitter or any other social media account.
A glance at some measures approved by the Maryland General Assembly so far.