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Sexual-Assault Victims To Rally For 'Affirmative Consent' Laws At Maryland Colleges

Affirmative consent is a concept that has been around for a while, but it's just now picking up steam in state legislatures across the country.
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Maryland Senate Overrides Hogan Veto, Granting Voting Rights To Released Felons

The Maryland Senate Tuesday morning voted to override Gov. Larry Hogan's last remaining veto, granting voting rights to felons on parole. That means Democrats in the General Assembly have overridden all six of the Republican governor's vetoes from last year.
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D.C.'s Most Charming Suburb? Commuting From Baltimore.

As housing prices rise in Washington, D.C., some locals are looking to Baltimore for a new place to call home.

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Why Is Predicting D.C.'s Weather So Difficult?

There are many factors that make the D.C. region unique. The challenge of accurately predicting winter storms here is among them.

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Maryland Bill Would Protect The Undocumented From Extortion

A bill working its way through the Maryland House of Delegates would make it illegal to extort someone on the basis of their immigration status.

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Officials: Plan Ahead To Avoid Snowy Rush Hour Gridlock

The National Weather Service has posted a winter storm watch for late Monday through Tuesday night for north central and northeast Maryland. It could have a big effect come rush hour.
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Call To Get All Maryland Students Internet Access Renewed This Year

Should all students in Maryland schools have access to the Internet and other digital resources? One Maryland Senator is taking up the call again this legislative session.

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Maryland's Assault Weapons Ban Cast In Doubt By Court Ruling

A federal appeals court Thursday sent a lower court decision on Maryland's gun control law back for review, a potential blow to the assault weapons ban in the state.

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Technical Problems Cause Maryland To Ditch Voting Machines For April Primary

April's primary election in Maryland features several high-profile races, but the long list of candidates is creating a problem for the state's new voting machines.
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Hogan Looks For Middle Ground In Speech, But Democrats Remain Skeptical

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan titled his second State of the State speech "A Middle Temperament," and the Republican stuck mostly to that mantle.

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