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Topic - Jill Carter
Jill Carter, Baltimore city Democrat, said Wednesday that they are ready to cast votes on the bill, which is in the House's 22-member Judiciary Committee.
Mrs. Carter had said she withheld her vote Tuesday morning to help her constituents, then said Wednesday that she never intended to vote against the legislation and was ready to vote Tuesday afternoon after a meeting with legislators, including House Speaker Michael E. Busch, Anne Arundel Democrat.