Howard County

HIGHWAYS: Lawmakers May Open The Way for Cameras To Watch for Speeding (Post, January 16, 2008)
O'Malley Increases Influence With Wins on Taxes and Slots: Md. Legislators Praise Effort, Flexibility (Post, November 20, 2007)
Annapolis Smoking Ban Moves Forward: Measure Readied If State Doesn't Act (Post, March 22, 2007)
Bill to Require Audits of Prince George's Credit Cards Advances (Post, March 4, 2007)
Senate Votes to Limit O'Malley's Personnel Powers, but Only a Tad: Personnel Bills Passed by Md. Senate Weaker Than Limits Sought on Ehrlich (Post, March 2, 2007)
Md. Early Voting Measure Advances: House Passes Bill To Put Referendum On Ballot Next Year (Post, February 17, 2007)
Leggett and Council Move Quickly to Fill Top Positions (Post, February 15, 2007)
Smoking Ban: County Waits, City Moves: Leopold to Act if State Prohibition Fails; Annapolis Bill to Be Introduced Next Month (Post, January 25, 2007)
O'Malley Begins With Call for Harmony: Governor Cites Work to Do on College Tuition, Health Care, Pollution (Post, January 18, 2007)
Md. Lawmakers Convene: Democrats Welcome One-Party Rule (Post, January 11, 2007)
O'MALLEY TRANSITION: Glendening Aide Picked To Oversee Transportation (Post, December 19, 2006)
Oaths Resound Across The State: Leggett Pledges Balanced Growth (Post, December 5, 2006)
State of County Fiscal Health -- a Mixed Economic Bag (Post, November 30, 2006)
In Hoyer's Rise, Backers Eye Payoff: New House Leader Known for Promoting Projects at Home (Post, November 22, 2006)
For Leggett, Shaping New Administration: Activists, Politicians on Transition Team (Post, November 16, 2006)
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