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Topic - Richard Stewart
What's in a name? Maybe a future.
NEW ORLEANS -- Christmastime for Tyson and Ginny Graham means driving nearly 300 miles south of their Columbus, Miss., home to New Orleans for shopping, holiday concerts and the highlight of their trip -- indulging in a grand reveillon dinner.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said last week that he will return $7,000 in campaign donations from an adviser recently convicted of tax evasion.
Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday that he will relinquish campaign donations given to him by a former adviser convicted of tax evasion.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Thursday he was "very surprised" to learn that a member of his redistricting advisory panel was recently convicted of tax evasion, but indicated he would not take additional action.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- A member of an advisory committee on legislative redistricting in Maryland has pleaded guilty to failing to pay employment taxes in connection with his ownership of a Maryland company, prompting the executive director of the Maryland Republican Party on Thursday to question the integrity of the state's redistricting process.
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BP and the Obama administration are discussing a possible settlement over fines for the company's massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill in an effort to avoid a costly legal fight that would delay that money from reaching the affected states, a congressman said Tuesday.
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"And then they kind of fall in love with the animal, and it'll make them come in, instead of it just being Bob or Spot," he said.
"It actually, I believe, brings a lot of people," Stewart said. "It kind of catches somebody's eye."