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"… rs.  The Center story profiled Salvadorans such as Juan Cortez, 47, a Maryland resident for nearly 25 years with a son who is in ROTC, the Reserve Office …"

"… years with a son who is in ROTC, the Reserve Officer Training Corp, in his Maryland high school. Others who told their stories were Pennsylvania resident Karl …"

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"… ent experience as lobbyists, according to a new study by the University of Maryland. Currently, former House members and senior staffers must wait one year, …"

"… they are rather severe,” said Steve Kull, director of the University of Maryland's Program for Public Consultation, which conducted the study. “Former me …"

"… . Foreign lobbyists are also unpopular among Americans, the University of Maryland study concludes. About 75 percent of prospective voters — 81 percent of …"

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"… apple orchards and dairy farms. The plant, a $900 million project of the Maryland energy company Competitive Power Ventures, stands at a nexus of new and ex …"

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"… est. Ballot initiatives for 2018 are underway in Alaska and South Dakota. Maryland passed ethics reforms this year after the House of Delegates unanimously r …"

"… Democratic Del. Dan Morhaim for acting “contrary to the principles” of Maryland’s ethical standards by not disclosing his work as a paid consultant for …"

"… Pennsylvania, Scott Sonner in Reno, Nevada, and Brian Witte in Annapolis, Maryland. This story was co-published with The Associated Press. READ MOR …"

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"… from their U.S.-born children, jobs, businesses and homes. Juan Cortez of Maryland owns his own trucking business — he’s almost paid off the $50,000 loan …"

"… er marriage to a man with a green card. For Carlo Sanchez, who represents Maryland’s 47B district in the state House of Delegates, these stories sound pain …"

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"… nbsp;She received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Jeff Stern has signed up as a r …"

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"… ders: Antietam Cable Television Inc., a provider serving a rural county in Maryland, and Home Telephone Company Inc., which provides service north of Charlest …"

"… et with FCC staff. Antietam Cable, in a July 12 meeting with Pai and local Maryland officials in a town library, told Pai that Wheeler’s net-neutrality rule …"

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"… h Group, and Interior Specialists did not respond to requests for comment. Maryland records show WMS’s business status as “forfeited,” and company offic …"

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"… e these plans and how detailed they need to be. While some states, such as Maryland, require farmers to work with a certified professional to construct a nutr …"

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"… inidou said of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Only six states – Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York and Virginia – require schools to test …"

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"… played up its proximity to Dominion’s nearly complete export terminal in Maryland. Even projects pitched as purely domestic might not end up that way — pi …"

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"… drinks, which generally hit the poor harder. Half a dozen other states — Maryland, Illinois and Virginia among them — tried to do the same in this year’ …"

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"… care — like, you really care,” said Williams, who lives in Kensington, Maryland, and has worked at Lionel Henderson & Co. for six years. “Someone ju …"

"… maña, 72, said in Spanish during a recent interview in his Silver Spring, Maryland, home. Umaña began working at Fort Belvoir in 1997. Within two years, th …"

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"… ng public sentiment, a new survey finds. The survey, by the University of Maryland’s Program for Public Consultation (PPC), found that while Trump has prop …"

"… ch 2016 by Voice of the People, which is affiliated with the University of Maryland and sponsors PPC surveys, found a majority of respondents preferred taking …"

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"… overwhelmingly Democratic in the 2016 elections, including Massachusetts, Maryland and Illinois. The fundraising gulf over the DGA can be attributed in part …"

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"… ome air pollutants,” said Sacoby Wilson, an assistant professor with the Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health at the University of Maryland. …"

"… e Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health at the University of Maryland. That’s particularly true of fine particles (particulate matter that’ …"

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"… kworth of Illinois, Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire and Chris Van Hollen of Maryland. All are expected to co-sponsor Tester’s bill. Meira Bernstein, Hassan' …"

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"… g five that require insurers to pay for the more expensive drugs in Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Florida and West Virginia. Wins in such states will give …"

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"… undreds of miles away as a result. That’s the conclusion reached by the Maryland Department of the Environment, which petitioned the U.S. Environmental Pro …"

"… stances pumped into the air, greenhouse gases released, or both, in 2014. Maryland’s petition focused on releases of nitrogen oxides, a key ozone ingredien …"

"… used on releases of nitrogen oxides, a key ozone ingredient. Ben Grumbles, Maryland’s secretary of the environment, said he simply wants the 19 plants to do …"

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"… dhand pollution The Cessna four-seater raced down a runway in Fort Meade, Maryland, loaded with equipment to measure ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide a …"

"… oxide, sulfur dioxide and greenhouse gases. For more than two decades, the Maryland Department of the Environment has tracked where pollutants come from. Agen …"

"… es complicates local efforts to clean the air. Indiana — 280 miles from Maryland at its nearest point — is one of the culprits, according to both Marylan …"

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"… rea of California, Adriano Espaillat of New York, Joseline Peña-Melnyk of Maryland and Darren Soto of Florida. The Latino Victory Fund entered September wit …"

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"… from December 2010 until November 2015. In 2013, U.S. Rep. Steny Hoyer, a Maryland Democrat, tried and failed to restore leadership to the commission, which …"

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"… frightening stew of chemicals in his urine. Thousands of exposed workers Maryland lawyer Roy Mason says worker exposure to coal ash remains “very much und …"

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"… lients like Green who are aggrieved. The attorneys general of New York and Maryland have accused the firm of preying on distressed homeowners by failing to de …"

"… wasted money they could ill afford to lose, while dozens lost their homes, Maryland officials charged. The case, filed in 2014, targets the firm and its found …"

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"… om $466,477 the previous year, according to bankruptcy court filings. The Maryland Attorney General’s office filed administrative charges in 2014 questioni …"

"… viding little or no legal services. At least 129 of 500 Litvin clients in Maryland, who paid more than $1.4 million in fees, were foreclosed on anyway, accor …"

"… hile 10 others kept them only by resorting to bankruptcy, according to the Maryland attorney general’s research. In New York, criticism from regulators was …"

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"… ation flight out of South Sudan. These days, from suburban Silver Spring, Maryland, Achuk, 35, uses the phone in a battle that is far safer, but sometimes al …"

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"… one-sidedness,” says Rena Steinzor, a law professor at the University of Maryland who has written extensively about the rulemaking. Industry representative …"

"… r a 15-year period, dwarfed any anticipated benefits from regulation, says Maryland’s Steinzor, who has compared the EPA proposal to the OMB-edited version. …"

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