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Salem-News.com (Feb-25-2014 23:52)
Maryland Senator Corrects Police Chief in Hearing on Marijuana LegalizationSalem-News.com
Anti-Legalize-and-Regulate Cops Accidentally Highlight Own Ignorance of Drug War Issues.
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The oppositional side of the hearing on legalization and regulation of marijuana in the Maryland Senate turned into a comedy of errors today.
Salem-News.com (Jul-12-2012 23:45)
Baltimore Settles Lawsuit Against Wells Fargo for Subprime Lending Practices in Minority NeighborhoodsSalem-News.com
Wells Fargo to Resolve Fair Lending Claims.
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Baltimore filed suit against Wells Fargo Bank in 2008; the new agreement sets aside funds for borrowers and potential homebuyers.
Salem-News.com (Jul-09-2012 05:07)
Significant Honor With Tamils from Around the Globe for Sri Lanka War Crime Reports (VIDEO)Tim King Salem-News.com
Our Oregon based media group is recognized in historic Baltimore, for our reports on Sri Lanka's war crimes against the minority Tamil population.
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Our role with Salem-News.com has brought many honors; however this weekend in Baltimore may be the most significant event of our professional lives.
Salem-News.com (May-31-2012 21:19)
College Student Charged With Killing a Man and Eating His Heart and BrainsSalem-News.com
Police say they located Alexander Kinyua, who allegedly admitted that he had killed Agyei-Kodie by cutting him up with a knife.
(BALTIMORE, MD) -
A Morgan State University student, told police that he ate portions of the brain of a man whose dismembered remains were found in his home.
Salem-News.com (Feb-12-2012 01:00)
Medical Marijuana Bills Introduced in MarylandSalem-News.com
Panel of Experts to Advise Legislature on State Medical Marijuana Policy.
(ANNAPOLIS) - A pair of bills were introduced Friday in the Maryland House and Senate that would allow patients with certain qualifying conditions to use medical marijuana with doctors’ recommendations.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Oct-14-2011 12:24)
Maryland Health Officials at Odds Over Cancer Danger at Fort DetrickSalem-News.com
Includes Maryland's Summary Report of Frederick County Cancer Investigation Involves Fort Detrick.
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The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in Baltimore seems to be at odds with itself over cancer rates showing up near an Army base, Fort Detrick, which is located in Frederick County.
Salem-News.com (Sep-29-2011 02:19)
Washington Judge Tosses Citation Issued in Unmarked Police Car Traffic StopTim King Salem-News.com
Common sense may ultimately prevail in the argument against the use of unmarked police cars for traffic enforcement in the state of Washington.
(SALEM, Ore.) - In a previous article, Kevin Schmadeka explained how he was pulled over by one of these secret unmarked police cars and received a citation for not having his seat belt properly fastened.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Apr-08-2011 20:48)
Medical Marijuana Defense Bill Passes Maryland House Judiciary CommitteeSalem-News.com
Floor Vote Likely for Bill to Remove Criminal Penalties for Medical Marijuana
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The Maryland House of Delegates Judiciary Committee approved a bill yesterday, SB 308, which would allow patients who use marijuana to treat a medical condition to use a medical necessity defense in court.
Salem-News.com (Sep-01-2010 14:02)
Police Shoot Armed Gunman Ending Hostage Scene at Discovery ChannelTim King Salem-News.com
James Lee's MySpace states: "It's time for REVOLUTION!!!"
(SILVER SPRINGS, Md.) -
Police in Montgomery County, Maryland say an armed gunman who was holding three hostages in the channel's building in Silver Springs has been shot by police.
Salem-News.com (Apr-10-2010 13:18)
Maryland Senate Passes Medical Marijuana BillSalem-News.com
Measure to Provide Patients With Safe Access Now Moves to House.
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With no discussion or objections, the Maryland Senate voted 35-12 to pass SB 627, a bill that would allow qualified patients to be recommended medical marijuana by their doctor and receive safe access to their medicine through state-licensed distribution centers.