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April 2, 2004
Allegany Track Living, Dying by Votes on Slots Bill

ANNAPOLIS – When the General Assembly added another horse racing license in 1999 for a track in Allegany County, the goal was economic development for one of the state’s rural regions

January 14, 2004
Assembly’s Republican Protest Belies Hopeful Rhetoric

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland Senate Republicans began the 2004 General Assembly Wednesday with a protest against a rule change that would diminish their power to block legislation – they abstained from the vote to re-elect Thomas V

March 5, 2004
Burgeoning Bills, Slow Pace Unnerves Some Lawmakers

ANNAPOLIS – The contentious 2004 General Assembly session passed the halfway point last week, and with the exception of overriding three gubernatorial vetoes and repealing a time-sensitive part of Thornton legislation, some lawmakers are concerned that nothing much has been accomplished

February 5, 2004
Busch Draws Line: No Taxes; No Slots

ANNAPOLIS – The man who stopped Gov

April 6, 2004
Busch, Ehrlich Remain at Loggerheads Over Taxes, Slots

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top lawmakers continued a frenzied series of meetings Tuesday looking for a peaceful resolution to the dispute between Republican Gov