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Amazon releases list of metro areas being considered for its second HQ
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The list includes major metro areas such as Dallas, D.C. and Atlanta.


Hogan allocates $2 million in budget proposal to protect schools from hate crimes
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The proposal comes a year after an uptick in incidents targeting Jewish, Muslim and LGBT groups.

Mid-Atlantic ski areas in fine shape after cold and fresh snow, but unwelcome warming on the way
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Snow conditions have stayed remarkably good at Mid-Atlantic ski areas despite swings in temperatures.

Corey Stewart latches onto Trump-inflamed immigration debate in bid for Senate
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The Republican who nearly beat Ed Gillespie for the gubernatorial nomination vowed to be a champion for the president’s policies in Congress.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) takes on redistricting — again
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The governor says he has signed onto an amicus brief and will again propose legislation to create a non-partisan redistricting commission.

Fight over Ocean City’s ban on bare breasts goes to federal court
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The town says it is protecting a family-friendly beach; advocates say the prohibition violates equal rights.

Maryland’s Hogan has more cash than all Democrats in the governor’s race combined
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Of the 7 Democratic gubernatorial candidates, Kevin Kamenetz has the most money available, and James Shea raised the most.

Judge bars U.S. from transferring American ISIS suspect held in Iraq until next week
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The ACLU has asked the court to permanently block the transfer while the citizen challenges his detention without charges.

Lawmakers plan bipartisan bill to end Dominion rate freeze, promise rebates
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Utility customers could see millions in refunds, but Dominion would get new concessions

House passes bill to allow District to invest in Franklin Park
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The District’s plans include building a cafe, public restrooms and a playground.

Berliner ahead in early fundraising for Montgomery executive, but public financing muddles the numbe
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The four candidates seeking matching funds cannot accept donations over $150, or those from corporations or PACs.

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