December 12, 2006
^Dems Could Change State Immigration Policy

WASHINGTON – Advocates for illegal immigrants are optimistic that immigration law will favor them now that a Democrat is in the governor’s office with a compatible General Assembly

November 2, 2006
^Immigrant Cabbies Drive Democracy

LANGLEY PARK – For low-income residents of Prince George’s and Montgomery counties who can’t afford transportation to polls on Election Day, Abdul Kamus has an answer: Take a cab

October 27, 2006
^In 6th District, Duck Takes Aim at Bush Iraq Policy

WASHINGTON – If you live in the north of Maryland, you might have seen them — the squeezable rubber ducks sporting camouflage shirts and military helmets and holding little canteens

October 2, 2006
^Md.’s 2005 Property Values Increase in Last Throes of Boom Market

WASHINGTON – Property values and mortgage costs throughout Maryland rose in 2005, according to U

November 17, 2006
^More Muslims Celebrate Thanksgiving with Turkey Their Way

WASHINGTON – Mohammad Malik, owner of Bismillah Halal Meat in Langley Park, doesn’t have Thanksgiving off

October 13, 2006
‘Invisible Candidate’ Campaigns to Change Campaigning

CHEVY CHASE – On an evening in mid-August, when Jeff Stein’s campaign fliers began to disappear fast from their table at the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair in Gaithersburg, the Republican candidate for the 8th Congressional District first began to think he could win the next month’s primary

February 28, 1996
7th District Candidates Spending on Ads, Pollsters

WASHINGTON – Four of the Democrats competing for Kweisi Mfume’s vacant 7th District seat have spent more than $50,000 on their campaigns since Jan

January 18, 1996
Black Leadership Conference to be Held in Washington

WASHINGTON – Prominent political, civil rights and religious leaders, including the Rev

January 24, 1996
Clinton’s College Tax Deduction Plan Could Benefit 220,000 Maryland Students

WASHINGTON – The 220,000 students attending college in Maryland could see tax deductions on up to $10,000 of their tuition under a proposal offered Tuesday night by President Clinton, said a spokesman for the Maryland Higher Education Commission

January 26, 1996
Editors: Adds time element to the lede and drops “three-day conference” to the last graph.

WASHINGTON – Women – long excluded from the leadership of many civil rights organizations – need to play a greater role in the future, a panel of black religious and political leaders said Friday