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Democrats want to close tax advantages for the super-rich. Republicans want lower rates. Experts weigh in on what it will take to reach a compromise on tax reform.
A bill before the Maryland Senate today will eliminate jail time and reduce fines for small quantities of marijuana, though its prospects in the state House are less clear.
Maryland is a step closer to becoming the 18th state to repeal the death penalty.
Rep. Scott Rigell's support of gun control legislation is not sitting well with gun rights groups.
Applications are down and tuition is up, while the number of graduates who find law jobs is dropping. Kojo explores the challenges facing law schools as they try to adapt to new economic realities.
In the imagination of many, jury duty is something to be evaded (if possible) or endured (if necessary). We explore the constitution in action.
Both branches of the Maryland General Assembly approved several bills this morning, including ones on firearms and pit bulls.
A Calvert County man is sentenced to probation for illegally discharging fill material into the Chesapeake Bay.
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