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State Roundup, April 22, 2014

Netflix chief tells Wall Street that fight between ‘House of Cards,’ state of Maryland “overcomeable;” following 2010 state law, Carroll commission considering new ethics ordinance covering candidates, elected officials and certain county employees; Washington County legislators lead citizen forum on Annapolis session; Sen. Jones-Rodwell announces retirement; gubernatorial candidates go before tech leaders to tout business chops; Gansler inserts foot in mouth over Brown’s military service, walks back comments following veterans group criticism; building trades org. backs Brown; Brown fixes resume; and Maryland’s highest court finds for Montgomery Council over retired police benefits.

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State Roundup, April 21, 2014

$90 million of $130 million was spent on tech expenses for Maryland’s problematic health exchange; O’Malley won’t automatically comply with federal requests to hold jailed immigrants; Washington County lawmakers see a 25%+ passage rate on proposed legislation; state targets invasive species, seeks citizen help in effort; police reports in Del. Swain beating/carjacking contain suspects’ allegations of drug use, solicitation, delegate denies it; Sen. Currie’s challenger Del. Griffith vows to hold a “nice” campaign; gubernatorial campaign ads take a negative turn; candidates agree on need for change in business climate, but not on the solutions; and feds praise Arundel police use of OD reversal drug.

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