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Government, Public Safety
Governor has authority to call out Maryland National Guard if necessary.
Government, Business, Public Safety
Primary concerns are high heat coupled with more severe weather expected late this afternoon and evening and restoring power to 800,000 people.
During the week of June 19-25, 325 people in Maryland were stricken with heat-related illness.
Beginning Sunday, rates will increase at county lots and street meters.
County leadership says the Supreme Court ruling on health care affirms a trail Maryland was already blazing.
How DC-area news outlets reported the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to uphold most of the Affordable Care Act. Some got it wrong.
Some say meters are ingenious, others say they're dangerous, as 202 Pepco customers opt out of smart meters.
Several Montgomery County residents shared their thoughts on the Supreme Court's ruling on health care and what it means for the upcoming election.
Do you think President Obama's re-election efforts have been helped by court's ruling?
Officials call the ruling "historic."
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