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MD Illustrates Problem with Requiring Permission to Exercise Rights

Maryland's recent “catastrophic hardware failure” illustrates issues with asking permission for Constitutional rights. IMG NRA-ILA U.S.A. -( 2020 continues to serve up examples of why Americans should not tolerate gun control schemes that require citizens to obtain government permission before exercising their Second Amendment rights. This week, the Maryland State Police experienced what they termed a “catastrophic hardware failure” that interrupted that state’s ability to proces...
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Review of Elon Musk’s DC-to-Baltimore ‘Loop’ system reveals safety concerns

The Boring Company’s Loop transit system that aims to shuttle people in autonomous electric vehicles between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. fails to meet several key national safety standards, a review of its proposal reveals. The underground system appears to lack sufficient emergency exits, ignore the latest engineering practices and proposes passenger escape ladders that one fire safety professor calls “the definition of insanity.” Details of the 35.3-mile system , the first segment i...
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FBI, IRS Agents Have Raided Baltimore City Hall And Mayor’s Home

FBI and IRS agents have raided Baltimore City Hall and Mayor Catherine Pugh’s (D) home, as well as an adult training center where Pugh once led a training program and has staffers on the board. According to the Baltimore Sun, Pugh is still formally stepped down from her role while she recovers from pneumonia. She has been under investigation by the Maryland State Prosecutor for the extremely lucrative sale of her children’s books, “Healthy Holly,” to organizations including the University of ...
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Sightseeing in Baltimore: 5 Amazing Spots to Visit by Car

Baltimore is the biggest city in Maryland State and a major seaport located on the wide mouth of the Patapsco River. Featuring several famous educational establishments, particularly the Johns Hopkins University, museums and the well-known symphony orchestra, Baltimore is an important cultural destination on the east coast. The city doesn’t appear as often in US travel guides like New York or Las Vegas. However, having visited it once, nobody can say that the city is boring or faceless – Baltim...
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United States: Maryland State Government Employee's Job Duties Reinstated After Demotion Following Facebook Post - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Seyfarth Synopsis: Employees' use of their personal social media accounts in ways that could impact an employer's business present challenges to employers.
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The Super Plunge

Polar Plunges are too chill for these cold-hearted Do-gooders who wade into the frigid Chesapeake 24 times in 24 hours. There are polar bear plunges, and then there is the Super Plunge. For the last 14 years, dozens of participants have shown up to plunge into the frigid waters of the Chesapeake Bay 24 times in 24 hours to raise money for Special Olympics Maryland. “I wasn’t too sure about it at first because I was like, 24 times?” said Adam Hays, a Special Olympics Maryland athlete. Throughout...
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Civilian Response to Active Shooter

You can respond correctly, quickly, and efficiently to an active shooter.By doing so, you can live.Americans are responding to the challenge of meeting and defeating these murderers.Enough active shootings have taken place we know how to take steps to live and avoid steps to die.I can't cover everything in a blog post, nor can survival be taught in a three hour class. It is a mind set that must be exercised every day.That said, with training, you can survive a mass murder event.Recently, I went ...
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Police respond to disturbance at juvenile detention facility

SABILLASVILLE, Md. (AP) — State troopers and local law enforcement officials have responded to a disturbance at a juvenile detention facility in western Maryland. State police say the disturbance started about 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the Victor Cullen Center in Frederick County. State police Sgt. Todd Hill said the disturbance involved a large group of […]
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How did that Sacramento road sign end up in Ocean City?

WASHINGTON (AP) — For a westbound driver on U.S. Route 50 departing Ocean City, it’s a long road ahead, according to a green highway sign than hangs near the Harry Kelley Bridge. But the cross-country trip to California may not be as long as the sign indicates. In a moment of whimsy, the Maryland State […]
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Guardianship: Guardianship when Moving from One State to Another

My question involves a person located in the state of: NY. We recently moved from Maryland State to New York state with my disabled child (over the age of 18) We have the Maryland Guardianship papers. Both MD and NY are signatories to the UAGPPJA. So, what are the extra steps to take so that Guardianship is moved to NY.
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Guardianship: How to Transfer Guardianship when Moving from One State to Another

My question involves a person located in the state of: NY. We recently moved from Maryland State to New York state with my disabled child (over the age of 18) We have the Maryland Guardianship papers. Both MD and NY are signatories to the UAGPPJA. So, what are the extra steps to take so that Guardianship is moved to NY.
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Baltimore Cops Fight Back - Prosecutor Moseby Sued for Malicious Prosecution

Whether they win or lose their case, it is refreshing to see the scumbag anti-police establishment on the receiving end of lawsuit for a change. The Maryland State's Attorney, Marilyn Moseby, is being sued by the Baltimore police officers whom she persecuted (YES - PERSECUTED!) in the case of the death of drug dealer and skell - Freddy Grey. The lawsuit cites malicious prosecution, defamation of character, and invasion of privacy. Given Moseby's record of 0 for 3 and then dropping the 3 remai...
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Maryland State Senator Accused Of Taking Illegal Payments

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Maryland state senator has been charged with accepting illegal payments in exchange for using his position to facilitate business deals. Read More → [Author: BRIAN WITTE]
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Kolbe Vs Hogan: A Case At Odds With Heller Facts & History , Part II

By Roger J. Katz, Attorney at Law and Stephen L. D'Andrilli  ~ Part II Dick Heller Signs autographs: The Heller case stands for the proposition that “The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home.” Arbalest Quarrel New York, NY  -( The Plaintiffs in Kolbe, include two American citizens and residents of the State of Maryla...
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Maryland State Trooper, 5 Others Injured in I-270 Crash in Montgomery County, MD

In an early morning crash in Montgomery County, Maryland, 5 victims including a Maryland State Trooper were injured. An SUV veered off the roadway and into...Keep Reading. [Author: [email protected] (Allan M. Siegel)]
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It's Been 1 Year Since The Protests Over Freddie Gray's Death — Here's What's Happened Since

Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images Broken Glass Gets Swept Up, But The Conversation Continues Update: This week marks the first anniversary of the protests that erupted in response to the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. Ahead, a look at where things stand in Baltimore today.This story was originally published on April 12, 2016.Tuesday, April 12 marks the one-year anniversary of the arrest of Freddie Gray.That arrest...
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A Wine Retailer and Chris Matthews's Wife Spent $15.2 Million Losing the Nation's Most Expensive House Race

On Tuesday, Maryland State Senator Jamie Raskin—a professor at American University and the husband of deputy treasury secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin—won Maryland’s 8th Congressional District Democratic primary, triumphing over both a former corporate executive married to a national television anchor, and a self-funding millionaire businessman. It was an expensive loss for them both. Read more...
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Maryland State Trooper still critical after crash on Capital Beltway

A Maryland State trooper remained in critical condition after a crash in Prince George's County, police said Friday.The trooper was investigating a crash around 2 p.m. Thursday on the slow shoulder of Interstates 95/495, north of Rt. 450, police said. He was inside his unmarked patrol car behind...
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Motorcyclist killed in I-695 crash Wednesday night

A 51-year-old motorcyclist from Windsor Mill was killed in a crash involving three other vehicles on Interstate 695 Wednesday night, Maryland State police said. State troopers and Baltimore County first responders were called at 11:10 p.m. to the I-695 inner loop, south of Liberty Road, where a...
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It's Been One Year Since Freddie Gray's Arrest. Here's What's Happened Since

Rain falls on the Sandtown neighborhood where Freddie Gray, 25, depicted in a mural with civil rights leaders, lived and was arrested before being fatally injured in police custody on April 12, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Tuesday, April 12 marks the one-year anniversary of the arrest of Freddie Gray. That arrest of the Baltimore man ended in his death, which in turn sparked civil unrest, impassioned protest, and a new chapter in a movement shining a lig...
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Powerful state union sits out competitive federal races

One of Maryland's most powerful labor unions plans to sit out the state's two competitive congressional primaries, raising questions about its ability to influence the winner of the high-profile contests. Officials with the Maryland State and D.C. AFL-CIO, which represents about 350,000 workers...
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Jackknifed tractor-trailer on Beltway causes backup

A jackknifed tractor-trailer accident is causing backups on the Outer Loop of the Beltway Wednesday morning, according to Maryland State police in Rockville. Jackknifed tractor-trailer on Beltway causes backup WASHINGTON -- A jackknifed tractor-trailer accident is causing backups on the Outer Loop of the Beltway Wednesday morning, according to Maryland State police in Rockville.
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A week of mourning begins with viewing for slain deputy

Patrick Dailey and Jeffrey Gahler came up together as law enforcement officers 30 years ago, the Harford County deputy patroling much of the same area as the Maryland State trooper. Dailey used to joke that Gahler would become Harford Sheriff one day, and his boss. Dailey's prediction came true...
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Senator Says Maryland State Motto Is Sexist

The nearly 400-year-old phrase "Fatti maschii, parole femine" included in Maryland's state seal is sexist and needs to be updated or replaced, says an Anne Arundel legislator. The Italian phrase, handed down from Maryland's founding Calvert family, is loosely translated as "manly deeds, womanly words," according to the Maryland State Archives .
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The Tax Foundation Can't Win for Losing

Even when I somewhat agree with the Tax Foundation, I am somewhat astonished by their cavalier abuse of the facts. Case in point: The recent post Is Maryland Gambling on Gambling to Balance the Budget? I agree with the Tax Foundation that funding government via a state operated gambling operation is poor tax policy. My primary objection is that the revenue garnered through gaming operations is, in effect, a regressive form of tax. However, I would not say, as the Tax Foundation does (quotin...
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Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal Reminds You to Change Your Alarm Batteries

STATE FIRE MARSHAL BRIAN S. GERACI RECOMMENDS "CHANGE YOUR CLOCK - CHANGE YOUR BATTERY" In anticipation of daylight saving time beginning in the early morning hours of March 8th, the State Fire Marshal is urging Marylanders to "Change Your Clock - Change Your Battery" in both smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors in their homes. Recognizing that working smoke alarms and CO detectors double a family's chance of surviving a home fire and/or unsafe carbon monoxide levels, the State Fire Marsha...
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Former Principal Charged with Stealing from School Fund in Baltimore

A former Baltimore principal has been charged with stealing from the high school's student activity fund to make personal purchases, according to authorities. According to Maryland State Prosecutor Emmet Davitt, former Western High School principal Alisha Trusty was indicted Monday. [Link to media]
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Police say alleged drunken driver may have attempted to take own life

Maryland State police say an alleged drunken driver may have attempted to take his own life while in custody after being involved in an accident late Friday on the Capital Beltway near the Baltimore Washington Parkway. [Author: Staff Reports]
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