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Noah's Law Takes Effect; Happy with Diversity

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Term-Limits Court Decision Appealed

Attorney taking case to Court of Special Appeals

Rockville Man Faces Life in Prison for Sex Offense

Fingerprints connect him to crime scene

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

Here’s what employers and employees should know

Judge Rules Against Challenge to Term-Limits Ballot Question

Tom Moore’s lawyer says basic facts in case were misunderstood

Westbard Residents File Suit Against County Council

Long-time opposition to neighborhood’s reconstruction also asks council to reject map amendment

Term Limits Case To Be Decided Soon

Judge indicates he’s likely to rule signatures validated properly

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

Moore: No Conflicts of Interest in Challenging Term Limits Proposal

The Rockville resident and FEC lawyer says Hatch Act doesn’t apply

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

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

Lawyers will help members map out implications and next steps

Term Limits Proposal Faces Court Challenge

Former Rockville City Council member claims signatures do not meet state regulations

PETA Loses Suit To Halt County’s Bowhunting Deer Kill

Appeal possible as judge rules crossbows don’t violate state cruelty code

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

Federal Transit Administration Asks Judge to Alter Purple Line Ruling

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

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

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

Members approve ballot language before a controversial petition is turned in

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

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
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