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It'll be up to a judge to decide whether State Delegate Don Dwyer does jail time for a drunken boating incident in which seven people were injured.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is calling for reforms to help people who have served prison sentences to re-enter society.
The two men died after their 28-foot catamaran capsized in rough seas on Monday. Two other men survived after being rescued by nearby fishing vessels.
He's still undecided about whether he will run, but Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says he's started laying the "framework" for a presidential bid in 2016.
Pedestrian deaths in Montgomery County are up by about 60 percent this year—and many of those deaths aren't happening on the road.
Gov. Martin O'Malley will announce today that the state will seek a private firm to help build the $2.2 billion, 21-stop light rail Purple Line that would run from Bethesda to New Carrollton.
Mark Obenshain, Virginia's Republican candidate for attorney general, and Montgomery County Executive "Ike" Leggett join The Politics Hour team.
Robert McCartney talks about the latest behind Gov. Bob McDonnell's donor scandal and Pepco's upcoming rate hike in Montgomery County.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray (D) joins the Politics Hour crew in the studio.
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