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Three new bills introduced on Tuesday in the Maryland House of Delegates aim to improve public participation in the Maryland Public Service Commission's oversight of utilities such as Pepco.
Your guide to how two major events will affect the local area.
The map is "so blatantly gerrymandered that District 3 looks like blood spatter from a crime scene," Montgomery County Council member Phil Andrews said.
Government, Local Connections, Awareness
Local businesses help gauge the election through food and drink.
From The Washington Post: a hot tip on boarding a cool(er) car.
The increase will raise a household's monthly electricity bill by about $2, according to a statement issued by the Maryland Public Service Commission.
Federal employees have the option of taking unscheduled leave or doing unscheduled telework, the Office of Personnel Management said.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Maryland received high marks from the League of American Bicyclists for its bicycle-safe streets.
Government, Patch's House & Home
Effective immediately, Marylanders can stop smart meter installation, and those who already have them can stop their activation, while the opt-out decision hangs in the balance.
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