Md. state offices receive suspicious packages
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Md. state offices receive suspicious packages

Maryland State Fire Marshal William E. Barnard briefs the media at the Maryland Department of Transportation about suspicious packages state offices received in Annapolis and Hanover. (Evelio Contreras/The Washington Post)

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