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Noah's Law Takes Effect; Happy with Diversity

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning
10/03/16

Term-Limits Court Decision Appealed

Attorney taking case to Court of Special Appeals
09/30/16

Rockville Man Faces Life in Prison for Sex Offense

Fingerprints connect him to crime scene
09/29/16

Montgomery County’s Paid Sick Leave Law Goes Into Effect Saturday

Here’s what employers and employees should know
09/27/16

Judge Rules Against Challenge to Term-Limits Ballot Question

Tom Moore’s lawyer says basic facts in case were misunderstood
09/22/16

Westbard Residents File Suit Against County Council

Long-time opposition to neighborhood’s reconstruction also asks council to reject map amendment
09/20/16

Term Limits Case To Be Decided Soon

Judge indicates he’s likely to rule signatures validated properly
09/15/16

Aftershocks From Hogan Order; Silver Spring Apartment Fire Victims Plan to Sue; Lightning Causes Gaithersburg House Fire

News, announcements and other helpful links for Thursday morning
09/08/16

Moore: No Conflicts of Interest in Challenging Term Limits Proposal

The Rockville resident and FEC lawyer says Hatch Act doesn’t apply
09/07/16

Residents, Elected Officials Testify Against Proposed Pepco Rate Increase

The utility’s request has the potential to raise the average residential customer’s monthly bill by $13
09/07/16

Chevy Chase Council To Meet Privately To Consider Purple Line Court Ruling

Lawyers will help members map out implications and next steps
09/07/16

Term Limits Proposal Faces Court Challenge

Former Rockville City Council member claims signatures do not meet state regulations
09/02/16

PETA Loses Suit To Halt County’s Bowhunting Deer Kill

Appeal possible as judge rules crossbows don’t violate state cruelty code
08/26/16

Ruthann Aron Drops Legal Attempt to Clear Name

The former Montgomery County politician gave up effort to have no contest plea overturned in notorious contract-killing case
08/26/16

Federal Transit Administration Asks Judge to Alter Purple Line Ruling

State says delaying light-rail project could cost more than $13 million per month
08/24/16

Purple Line Plaintiffs Say Government Officials Are To Blame for Federal Court Decision

Chevy Chase residents opposed to light-rail took on criticism from transit-backers during radio segment
08/09/16

County Council Prepares for Possibility of Term Limit Question on November Ballot

Members approve ballot language before a controversial petition is turned in
08/05/16

Hucker Looks To Expand Sick Leave Law to Parental Uses

County Council member’s bill would allow employees to use sick leave to care for a newborn
08/04/16

Citing Metro Woes, Federal Judge Orders Another Study of Purple Line Light-Rail Project

In court filings, state officials said delay for extra study could jeopardize project
08/03/16
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