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State Roundup, April 16, 2014

Bill adds another layer of protection to patient privacy; Del. Serafini warns that continued state budget challenges will affect local jurisdictions; state Public Service Commission extends period in which utilities are restricted from terminating service to customers behind in bill payments; gubernatorial candidates all over the place when it comes to marijuana laws; Gansler gains in new internal poll; Hogan leads in GOP fund-raising; Gansler proposes $1.5 billion in cuts, including eliminating State Prosecutor’s office; and Mizeur backs physician-assisted suicide, state-run retirement plan.

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State Roundup, April 15, 2014

Among many bills signed Tuesday, Gov. O’Malley signs off on Jake’s Law, to raise penalties for distracted drivers, and pot decriminalization bill; O’Malley cautions against complete legalization of pot while prosecutor ponders a tracking dilemma; passed bill would create task force to study effects of acidification on Bay and other waterways, but it’s unknown if O’Malley will sign it; Equality Maryland endorses Sen. Frosh for attorney general; Dem gubernatorial hopefuls all back alternative energy, but Gansler and Mizeur push for bigger state program; Brown proposes 10-fold increase in annual funding for a state-run affordable housing grant program; O’Malley to play Vegas; and Ehrlich, Bentley back different candidates in race for Arundel County exec.

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