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Tuition for most Maryland residents attending state universities will go up, though not by more than three percent.
D.C. People’s Counsel Sandra Mattavous-Frye joins Kojo and Tom Sherwood in the studio.
The law bans 45 assault weapons and institutes strict licensing requirements, but opponents have pledged to try and stop it through lawsuits and petition drives.
Pennsylvania-based Parx Casino has submitted a bid to build a $800 million gaming facility in Ft. Washington, the sixth casino in the state.
Forty more abandoned homes are set to be razed this year due to a bureaucratic change that makes the process easier.
With the move, Takoma Park becomes the first U.S. city to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in local contests.
It's commencement weekend at the University of Maryland, but graduates-to-be and their families won't be getting there via Metro.
Three different groups want to spend big money building Maryland's sixth casino, this one in Prince George's County.
Baltimore will spend roughly $1 billion to transform dilapidated schools where students and staff endure leaky pipes, undrinkable water and inadequate heating and air conditioning.
Silver Spring may have sprung, but Montgomery County officials still want to find ways to attract and retain more nighttime crowds in various commercial destinations.
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