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Lawmakers Headed Back To Annapolis

August 6th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

For the second time, since the legislative session ended in April, Maryland lawmakers are headed back to Annapolis- this time to deal with expanded gambling. The session which begins Thursday won’t see perfect attendance however as some lawmakers say they will boycott.  House Republican leaders criticized the special session plans, including Minority Leader Tony O'Donnell. O’Donnell however won’t be among those boycotting, saying that it’s important to be represent his district and to keep tabs on any possible surprises…





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