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Five Months Later, P.G. County Still Waits For Ethics Reform

Officials in Prince George's County are contemplating overhauling the ethics guidelines governing county employees. But the government -- including county executive Rushern Baker -- is still waiting for a comprehensive report on those guidelines from a specially appointed task force.

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'Educate Loudoun' Group Aims for Influence Over School Board Elections

In Virginia, a fledgling political group is looking to turn education into a bigger priority in Loudoun County during the 2011 local elections.

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At-large Race: Vincent Orange Returns To D.C. Council

A familiar face is returning to the D.C. Council. Vincent Orange, a former Ward 5 council member, edged out eight other candidates in yesterday's special election for an at-large D.C. Council seat, according to the election counts from Tuesday night.

The D.C. elections board now has ten days to count absentee and provisional ballots and certify the results.

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Humor Marks Funeral For Former Maryland Governor

Hundreds packed a church in Baltimore, Md., for the funeral for former Gov. William Donald Schaefer.

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Wanted In D.C.: A New Taxicab Commissioner

Leon Swain, the taxicab commissioner under former Mayor Adrian Fenty, was told by the Mayor Vincent Gray's office he would not be reappointed to the job.

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MoCo Firefighters Protest Against County Executive

Professional firefighters in Montgomery County are staging a protest Wednesday in Burtonsville, Md., against County Executive Isiah Leggett.

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Former Maryland Governor Schaefer Remembered

Former Maryland governor and Baltimore mayor William Donald Schaefer will lie in repose all day at Baltimore City Hall. Funeral services took place at the state capital building in Annapolis Monday.

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D.C. Council Struggling To Subpoena Sulaimon Brown

The allegations made by Sulaimon Brown, the former D.C. mayoral candidate who claims he was paid and promised a job by the campaign of Mayor Vince Gray, have prompted several outside probes.

The D.C. Council also wants to hear Brown's side of the story. There's just one problem: they haven't been able to track him down.

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