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Topic - Alexandra Hughes
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will call a special session of the General Assembly between Aug. 9 and Aug. 16 to discuss a sixth casino and allowing table games in the state.
ANNAPOLIS — A low-level state employee is to blame for a disparity in state records that has led to a lawsuit seeking to invalidate billions of dollars in tax increases passed in the recent special General Assembly session, spokeswomen for the Democrat-controlled Assembly said yesterday.
"In retrospect, there's still some ambiguity about the best way to capture proceedings like this," Miss Hughes said.
An assistant clerk to Mary Monahan wrote a letter on Nov. 12 but dated it Nov. 9, while seeking to validate the actions of the Senate during the special session, said Alexandra Hughes, a spokeswoman for House Speaker Michael E. Busch and Lisa Fulton, a spokeswoman for Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr.