March 1, 2018

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Orioles, Navy partnership will include 2019 exhibition game in Annapolis

The Naval Academy and Baltimore Orioles are partnering on several joint events, a deal struck after a multi-year exhibition game agreement between Navy and the Washington Nationals dissolved last year over territorial issues.

Under the agreement, the Orioles will host an Army vs. Navy doubleheader at Camden Yards on March 25 as well as a “Navy Day” for midshipmen in August. The Orioles will also travel to Annapolis for an exhibition game against another MLB team in March 2019, and will host…

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‘MAGA’ hats or #MeToo at polls? Justices appear split

The U.S. Supreme Court appears divided on the right of people to wear “Make America Great Again” hats or #MeToo buttons when they vote. Hearing arguments Wednesday in a case that could redefine First Amendment rights on Election Day, the justices scrutinized a Minnesota law that bars political apparel at the polls. They peppered the …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2018/02/28/supreme-court-voters-attire-clothes/

Gun-rights advocates bash Md.’s proposed bump stock ban

ANNAPOLIS – Legislation to ban the possession or use of bump stocks on guns drew heavy criticism Wednesday from gun-rights advocates who said the bill could be dangerous for weaker shooters and turn sportsmen into criminals while doing nothing to prevent mass shootings. But supporters of the measure said banning the trigger enhancers would be …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2018/02/28/bump-stock-ban-maryland-gun-rights-second-amendment/

Md. prescription drug price bill poses threat, industry warns

ANNAPOLIS — Drug manufacturers warned legislators Wednesday that a proposal aimed at keeping prescription drug prices low could harm Maryland’s biotechnology industry. The legislation would create a commission to review drug prices in Maryland, but that could decrease outside investment in the state’s industry, advocates said. “(The legislation would) take away incentives for manufacturers to …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2018/02/28/md-prescription-drug-price-bill-poses-threat-industry-warns/

The Daily Record launches 2018 Reader Rankings awards

One year ago this month, The Daily Record introduced Reader Rankings to Maryland’s business and legal professionals. More than 145 winners in over 45 categories were recognized by readers who cast their ballots for the companies they found the best of the best. Reader Rankings returns for 2018, but with some changes and additions – …

from http://thedailyrecord.com/2018/02/28/the-daily-record-reader-rankings-awards/

Hogan proposes $175 million for school safety measures

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan Wednesday vowed to pump up to $175 million into school safety projects as part of a multi-faceted proposal he said was aimed at making schools safer in the wake of a mass shooting at a Florida high school. The money comes with a catch. Hogan wants the legislature to pass …

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