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Say what you will about the views of a few dozen young people who promoted gun ownership and decried strict firearms laws in the District on Friday.
A bill to implement a 5-cent bag tax in Prince George's County is alive and moving, after languishing for nearly a month in a General Assembly committee.
Lobbyists represent all kinds of clients in the Maryland state capital — even plastic grocery bags.
A Prince George's lawmaker who missed a key vote Wednesday on a proposed county bag tax said she is leaning toward voting against the legislation if it comes back up for a vote next week.
A proposed 5-cent bag tax in Prince George's County stalled Wednesday in the county's General Assembly delegation, but lawmakers say the bill will get another shot at approval this year.
A House battle Monday over a proposed alcohol-tax increase is expected to headline the final day of the 2011 General Assembly session, so far marked by efforts to fix the state budget and gaping shortfall, an unsuccessful bid to legalize same-sex marriage and Gov. Martin O'Malley's failure to win approval for key initiatives.