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Topic - Edward R. Reilly
"It just doesn't make much sense to me," said Sen. Edward R. Reilly, Anne Arundel Republican. "This is just another opportunity for police officers to impose themselves in our daily lives."
Mr. Reilly told the delegate he did not support the amendments Mr. McConkey wanted because of concerns raised by a story in The Washington Post about how the changes could benefit Mr. McConkey.