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Once the cradle of Democratic politics in Maryland, Baltimore is steadily losing residents and its clout to the ever-growing and powerful Washington suburbs, a trend that likely will be reflected when new state legislative maps are released in the coming weeks.
Family sues D.C. youth rehab agency over son's death; Virginia GOP hoping to extend rebirth; Northern Va. key in Assembly races; Virginia politicians barnstorm amid low-turnout forecast; Biddle's back for a D.C. Council rematch; Miller calls for delay in O'Malley land plan; Miller, Busch expect tough vote on gas-tax hike.
Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. is asking the O'Malley administration to delay implementing its statewide initiative on land development until the start of the 2012 General Assembly so his chamber can review the plan.
The new congressional map approved last week by the Democrat-controlled General Assembly could make Rep. Andy Harris unbeatable in his 1st District for years to come.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will likely make changes to a proposed congressional redistricting map before submitting it to the General Assembly on Monday, following criticism from minority leaders and members of his own Democratic Party.
Members of Maryland's tea party movement are opposing a recommended congressional redistricting map that they say could further shift political power to the state's Democratic majority.
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Maryland's redistricting committee began a 12-stop listening tour during the weekend in Western Maryland - an expected battleground in the state's redrawing of congressional and state legislative boundaries.
Maryland's growing population and changing demographics will have a major impact on new congressional and state legislative maps to be drawn in coming months, an advisory committee picked by Gov. Martin OMalley said Wednesday.