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D.C. lawmakers get an earful on proposal to strictly regulate Airbnb
Council member Kenyan McDuffie says his bill is necessary to protect affordable housing.
Hogan to eulogize his father, Lawrence Hogan Sr., at funeral Mass on Saturday
The former congressman and Prince George’s county executive died last week following a stroke.
Why D.C. should ban those horrible, dangerous backyard chickens
The mayor has drawn a line in the sand.
Europe is having a never-ending winter (photos)
Spring weather has taken firm control in the U.S.A., but not so in Europe.
Tech entrepreneur is first Democrat to enter Maryland governor’s race
Alec Ross, 45, of Baltimore worked for the Obama administration and is expected to face several competitors in the Democratic primary.
‘My rights as a mom have been violated.’: Mother is asked to find private room while breast-feed
The mother of two left her seat in the back of the church and fled. “I can never go back there,” she said.
Police investigate possible fraud in Maryland PTA organization
Montgomery PTA leaders cite “apparent theft” of $39,000, mostly likely by an insider
Prince George’s honors police officer, two firefighters who died in the line of duty
The county’s annual public safety awards underlined a difficult 2016 for first responders.
Prince George’s honors firefighters, police officer
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Planned Parenthood defunding lobbyists deliver 200,000 baby socks to Congress
WashingtonTimes.com / Wed, 26 Apr 2017 21:08:09 -0400
Brightly colored baby socks flooded the halls of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, representing the hundreds of thousands of lives lost annually to Planned Parenthood, and sending the unmistakable message to Congress to defund the nation's largest abortion provider.
Spearheaded by Students for Life of America, the SockIt2PP campaign collected 196,543 ...
Former Md. governor Martin O’Malley deposed in redistricting lawsuit
The plaintiffs’ attorneys also recently deposed Maryland’s Senate president and House speaker on the same topic.
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