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  • Food companies back group fighting nutrition standards on Capitol Hill

    WASHINGTON A special interest group representing school nutritionists and backed financially by big food companies including six from Minnesota is pushing legislation that would allow school districts to bypass new lunch rules restricting sodium and...
  • The race is on: Hogan, Brown begin sparring in contest for governor

    The race is on: Hogan, Brown begin sparring in contest for governor
    Hours after winning their party primaries, Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan exchanged the first salvos in November's race for governor. Hogan released an Internet ad calling the lieutenant governor "the most incompetent man in...
  • Chicago unanimously passes strict gun sale laws; sales to be recorded

    Chicago unanimously passes strict gun sale laws; sales to be recorded
    The Chicago City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday that would place strict limits on gun stores, forcing them to video-record sales and restrict gun buyers to one purchase a month in a city plagued with violence. Pat Corcoran, a...
  • Gunmaker's New Home

    I'm glad to read that PTR Industries' owners are getting donations of free watermelons and berries, etc. [June 21, Dan Haar column, "A Salute To South Carolina: Riflemaker That Left State Honors Its New Home"]. It looks like they have found the perfect...
  • Phil Jackson set to acquire Jose Calderon with first Knicks trade

    Phil Jackson has begun remaking the New York Knicks' roster to his liking, agreeing to acquire veteran point guard Jose Calderon from the Dallas Mavericks while relinquishing Tyson Chandler as part of a six-player trade that also involves a pair of...
  • Senate panel approves bills responding to Isla Vista massacre

    Responding to the Isla Vista shooting rampage, a state Senate panel on Tuesday approved legislation that would allow restraining orders to remove guns from the possession of individuals who are judged by family members, medical workers or the police to be...
  • Frosh wins Democratic primary for attorney general

    Frosh wins Democratic primary for attorney general
    Brian E. Frosh, a veteran state senator from Montgomery County who championed gun control and environmental protection, defeated two opponents to win Tuesday's Democratic primary for Maryland attorney general. Frosh, 67, who had trailed in early polls...
  • On primary day, most Maryland voters just stayed home

    On primary day, most Maryland voters just stayed home
    As votes were being counted Tuesday night, politicians and poll workers estimated that the turnout for the primary was among the lowest in recent history — leading some to call for the voting to be moved back to the fall in future years. Despite...
  • Anti-Youth Violence Program In East Hartford Lands $85,000 Grant

    EAST HARTFORD — The East Hartford Youth Task Force will receive an additional $85,200 from the state for a program aimed at preventing violence among children and teenagers. "Most kids, when you look at juvenile arrests, a lot of it is for simple...
  • Notes and notables

    We take care of our own When the weather is at its hottest — that's when you have to start preparing for when the weather is at its coldest. For that reason, while we we're all sweating it out this week, it's good to see the Peninsula's largest...
  • Sentences challenged for Maryland prisoners deemed to have violent pasts

    Sentences challenged for Maryland prisoners deemed to have violent pasts
    A little-noticed and highly technical Supreme Court decision is opening the way for dozens of federal inmates from Maryland to seek reduced sentences — even though trial judges found they had violent criminal pasts. For some, the high court...