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OLNEY, Md. (AP) Authorities are investigating whether the shooting death of a man walking home from work in Olney is linked to another killing in the same community last week. Montgomery County police say 41-year-old Punyasara Gedara was killed yesterday afternoon in the 3400 block of North High Street.

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) An appeals court says the state may not let in-state contractors on public works projects pay reduced wages to apprentices while denying the same right to out-of-state contractors. The federal panel upheld a judge's ruling on the issue.

ANNAPOLIS (AP) The Anne Arundel County Council has failed to override the county executive's veto on amendments to a bill that affects collective bargaining disputes. He vetoed three amendments that would have reaffirmed that the administration is boundy by the arbitrator's ruling.

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