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Topic - Raquel Guillory
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is locked in a standoff with Prince George's County Democrats over appointing a House of Delegates nominee who has a dark past and is already suing to keep control of the seat.
The chances of Maryland lawmakers spending next week in a special session shrank more on Thursday, as Gov. Martin O'Malley continued to focus his attention on the weather and fellow legislators remained as much in the dark about plans as some of their constituents did in their homes.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Wednesday he might push for jobs legislation during the General Assembly's upcoming special session, according to a spokesperson.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley could announce by the end of the week whether he plans to sponsor a same-sex marriage bill in next year's General Assembly session.
Raquel Guillory, a spokesman for Mr. O'Malley, said the governor was pleased with the judge's decision.
"We're reviewing the options here," Ms. Guillory said.