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Friday, December 11, 2009

Recent Prince George's County News (11 Dec 2009)

Public Safety
  • Post: Proposal would help Md. counties reduce education funding (limit state's unfunded mandates) http://bit.ly/4B2idZ 
  • MDReporter: School funding requirements likely to soften http://bit.ly/7qovOm 
  • Gazette: Sen. Harrington pushes bill to ban fast-food restaurants in some areas of PG (and reduce job opportunities?) http://bit.ly/5lFPR1 
  • Gazette: Cracking down on drunken driving; Statewide focus should help support ignition interlock bill (Editorial) http://bit.ly/6oDkuA 
  • Gazette: Employment a top priority for 2010 hopefuls; Democrats, Republicans battle to be known as ‘jobs candidates' http://bit.ly/5y1mKF 
  • Gazette: O'Malley--blowin' in the wind; in developing alternative energy sources & wind power, MD is a national laggard http://bit.ly/71yy8a 
  • Gazette: Pay increases for legislators appear unlikely (MD already 2nd highest state for part-time legislators' pay) http://bit.ly/5d4q4i 
  • Gazette: Audrey Scott: "O'Malley fiddles while Maryland burns" http://bit.ly/7TvBtq about 22 hours ago
  • Gazette: Tough times change look of local bills; Budget constraints could lead to less legislation in 2010 ... http://bit.ly/5lFPR1 
  • North College Park Informant: Signing Off.... This will be my last blog entry at NCP Informant. http://bit.ly/8yVej1 
  • rt @MDReporter O'Malley administration wants stronger enforcement of false medical claims. Some providers are wary.... http://bit.ly/5e0YB5 
  • Post: Judge says Md. at fault for thousands going without food stamps; gives state 45 days to come up with plan http://bit.ly/6m1Knu 
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