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Parris N. Glendening
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For one night at least, one of the busiest men at the Democratic National Convention set politics aside.
A Maryland delegate will push to abolish the state's death penalty during the upcoming General Assembly, and the NAACP is expected to throw its support behind the proposal Tuesday.
A proposed statewide planning initiative that has angered officials in Maryland's rural counties finally went before a Senate committee Monday, where lawmakers showed support but also raised additional concerns.
Conservative lawmakers have won a skirmish in what they call a "War on Rural Maryland," getting state officials to delay implementing a land-development plan until a Senate committee has its say.
Maryland Comptroller Peter V.R. Franchot made clear before taking office in 2007 that he would expand the job description beyond collecting taxes, paying the state's bills and auditing its agencies, and he is living up to that promise.
It discomfits me to agree with former Maryland Gov. Parris N. Glendening, but he correctly argues that Metro's rail station at Washington Dulles International Airport should be located at the terminal and not someplace else ("Build Dulles rail station right," Commentary, Thursday).
The Maryland General Assembly is not likely to vote this year on legislation to abolish the state's death penalty, Delegate Sandy Rosenberg, a Democrat who introduced the legislation, said Tuesday.
ANNAPOLIS — Budget cuts announced by Gov. Martin O'Malley this week will either stretch Maryland's services or leave too much fat in government.