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Maryland State Police have transferred the administration of county-wide drug task forces to local police, but some lawmakers are concerned.
The proposed Marijuana Control Act of 2014 would make it legal for Maryland residents to possess, use and grow marijuana, which would be regulated and taxed like alcohol.
Many nominees for federal posts still await confirmation, including some in Maryland, as presidential appointments return to the spotlight thanks to this week's Supreme Court debate over President Barack Obama's recess appointments.
Women are entering the U.S. prison system at a faster rate than any other group, and they face an array of issues that male inmates don’t, including pregnancy and higher rates of mental health issues.
Department of Juvenile Services "Spotlight on Schools" program closely monitors and provides support for students in the juvenile justice system.