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D.C. arrests for public use of marijuana nearly tripled last year
Some don’t realize smoking pot outside is still illegal, an advocate says.

Maryland House Speaker Busch is at home recovering from liver transplant
An aide said doctors are “pleased” with his progress. He is likely to remain out until August.

Md. Democratic Party takes aim at Hogan’s economic record
The party criticized the GOP governor’s record on job and wage growth. Hogan’s spokesman dismissed the jabs as “partisan noise.”

D.C. Council votes to withhold voter data from White House commission
A new law forbids District elections officials from complying with Trump’s voter-fraud investigation.

Construction about to begin on new I-270 interchange in Gaithersburg
The project in the Maryland city, at Watkins Mill Road, is designed to ease local traffic.

Baltimore home of African American banker being pushed for historical designation
Supporters say Harry O. Wilson Sr., a prominent philathropist, played a significant role in lives of black people in the early part of the 20th century.

Hate-based incidents surge in suburban school system in Maryland
Bias-related acts in Montgomery County school more than tripled during the past school year. Police say such incidents in the community are up more than 80 percent.

Prince George’s police beef up patrols after tallying 12 homicides in 11 days
Petty disputes ending in gunfire have fueled some of the violence, police say.

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