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Via Two Anne Arundel county lawmakers are fighting for Maryland to strengthen the dog fighting laws. Lisa Morabito was able to testify yesterday and show support as members considered the bill a 360, which is a new legislation that would treat dog baiting the same as dog fighting. Read More Here.  Fla. Lt. Governor Resigns; Tied To […]

Via  Federal Agents went under cover to bring down a huge software piracy scheme. Xiang Li, a man from China, was caught selling stolen software. In Maryland, counterfeit merchandise has become a major issue. Read More.  $1 Million Donations Wanted For Obama’s Inauguration New York Woman Given 6 Months To Live Due To Hospital Mistake Family Sues NYPD After […]

Via People are more likely to bee killed by bare hands than an assault rifle. But, Lawmakers are pulling together to initiate a ban on assault weapons. Assault with rifles are just a fraction of the killings in the United States. Read More.  2nd Bank Robber Who Escaped From Chicago High-Rise Prison Captured Slaves […]

Via  Maryland received the green light from the federal government establish a health insurance exchange. “Obamacare” as it is called, has made this possible. The change will not take effect until 2014. Read More.  10 Things To Do In New York City Over The Holidays Freedom Fighters: Natalie and Derrica Wilson, Founders Of Black […]

Via Fox House Speaker Michael Busch has met with lawmakers to tell them to be prepared for a special session to expand gambling next month. The speaker met for more than an hour with lawmakers Wednesday afternoon. However, one legislator from Baltimore City says many issues have to be worked out first. The plan will […]

Via: State lawmakers are demanding an investigation after our cameras caught what appeared to be bribery in action. Until recently, the man, who’s identity we’ve concealed, worked for a firm which collects child support for the state of Maryland. We caught him, collecting whats believed to be a 150-dollar bribe promising to wipe away […]

Via: Gov. Martin O’Malley and leading lawmakers are set to discuss Maryland’s upcoming special legislative session. The Democratic governor agreed to call the special session after the Democratic-led legislature failed to agree on a budget, triggering more than $500 million in cuts. The House and Senate are expected to use the session to push […]

Via: Maryland lawmakers are heading into the last scheduled day of the legislative session and one major thing needs to be solved… the unfinished state budget. The 90 day session is scheduled to adjourn at midnight. To read the entire story click here

Via: A controversial development project in Baltimore is now causing a stir among lawmakers in Annapolis. The Governor’s Office is trying to push through a bill that creates new rules to benefit developers who are also buddies and financial backers of Governor Martin O’Malley. To read more click here