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Maryland Updates: Tort claim compromise passed, police seizures limited, film credit extended

Two bills recently passed by the General Assembly will impact police. People who sue local governments, including police departments, could get paid higher awards, and a police drug seizure bill would require proof before property like cash or vehicles are seized. […]

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Maryland Updates: Tort claim compromise passed, police seizures limited, film credit extended

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Two bills recently passed by the General Assembly will impact police. People who sue local governments, including police departments, could get paid higher awards, and a police drug seizure bill would require proof before property like cash or vehicles are seized. […]

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Attorney General Brian Frosh calls same-sex marriage bans hateful

Maryland Attorney General, Brian Frosh, center, introduces The State of Marriage Equality Report at American University alongside Maryland state Sens. Jamie Raskin, left, and Richard Madaleno, Jr., both Montgomery

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Prison riot fears prompt officials to approve food vendor contract for Baltimore

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Hogan criticizes Busch’s handling of budget

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How much money should it take to feed Maryland prisoners?

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Maryland freshmen delegates reflect on first year

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan rejects budget compromises he initially favored

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Budget Battle: Governor Larry Hogan and lawmakers fighting at the margins

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Will Hogan fight or declare victory?

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Has Gov. Larry Hogan Jr. overplayed his hand? We’ll find out today as the Maryland General Assembly tries to wrap up its 2015 session. Hogan has two choices:

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