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  • Busch approves hearing on slots

    Yielding to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s call for a decision on slots, House Speaker Michael E. Busch said yesterday he will allow a hearing today to discuss the fate of the governor's gambling bill. "We're scheduling a hearing," Busch said after meeting...
  • Ehrlich's slots bill defeated by House committee vote

    Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. lost the most critical legislative showdown of his administration so far yesterday as a House committee crushed his bill allowing slot machines at four Maryland racetracks. The vote was a devastating setback for Ehrlich and a...
  • No agreement on city elections

    After weeks of political wrangling, state lawmakers failed to reach an agreement last night on a date for Baltimore's next mayoral election, setting the stage for a primary this September - 14 months before the general election. The city needed the...
  • Our say: 2015 session didn't turn out badly for Hogan

    Our say: 2015 session didn't turn out badly for Hogan
    The General Assembly session started with hymns to bipartisanship so fervent one half expected to see rose petals dropping from the State House rafters. It was a bit much to expect the legislature to adjourn the same way — this is Maryland, after...
  • Ehrlich says fiscal woes could bring the Assembly back

    Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. said yesterday that he is keeping open the possibility of recalling the General Assembly for a special session this year to consider a revamped gambling proposal that would eventually provide sorely needed money for state...
  • Ehrlich looks at selling assets

    The Ehrlich administration is considering selling such valuable state assets as the World Trade Center in the Inner Harbor and land at Baltimore-Washington International Airport to replenish a transportation fund that will be raided to help balance the...
  • CareFirst asks Ehrlich to veto reform plan

    A legislative reform of CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield is in danger of being discarded as the health insurer yesterday threatened dire consequences that would disrupt service to its 3.2 million customers. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. must decide by...
  • Letter urges Ehrlich against tax bill veto

    In an 11th-hour public relations offensive, Democratic leaders of the Maryland Senate are urging Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. not to veto a corporate tax bill or cut deeply into the state budget. Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, the chairmen of...
  • Pressure rises on CareFirst decision

    Maryland's top two legislative leaders vigorously urged Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. yesterday to sign CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield reform legislation, and House Speaker Michael E. Busch predicted he would do just that. "From everything we hear, he is...
  • Publicly owned slot sites weighed

    As a legislative committee embarked yesterday on the latest study of the divisive issue of gambling, House Speaker Michael E. Busch said the panel will consider the construction of publicly owned slots emporiums. Such facilities, said Busch, who almost...
  • Anti-gambling group to meet in Maryland

    A prominent anti-gambling group is holding its national conference in Maryland this month because it views the state as a crucial battleground in its fight to stop the spread of gambling nationwide. The National Coalition Against Gambling Expansion...