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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Tim Baker
A federal judge denied a request Thursday by the parents of a missing Indiana University student to seal evidence they deem too sensitive in their lawsuit against two men who were among the last to see her alive.
Oil and gas companies are burying an increasing amount of pipeline in the northern part of the state, but it isn't just for high-priced crude. They're also looking for efficient ways to transport and reuse expensive, toxic produced water.
The Maryland State Archives collection is among the largest in the country with nearly 400 years of history, including Colonial-era paintings, keepsakes of the state's governors, and thousands of land, court and genealogy records.
Magistrate Judge Tim Baker said the request was "overbroad."
"Plaintiffs fail to explain how such material is under a legitimate category of confidential information," he wrote.