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  • James B. Astrachan: Guns, guns and more guns August 16, 2018
    People met in Annapolis last month to protest gun violence; there were 15 shootings in Baltimore that weekend. There are approximately 350 million guns in the United States, with 12 million new guns added to the nation’s private arsenal each year. Unless the Second Amendment is repealed, most calls for gun control will fall on ...
    James B. Astrachan
  • Officials eye property purchases, flood mitigation for Ellicott City August 16, 2018
    OCEAN CITY — The future of Ellicott City could be shaped by “a major change” now under consideration by Howard County officials, including a combination of flood mitigation, land-use rules for the historic mill city and the purchase of some properties. Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman in an interview said the county will announce some of those ...
    Bryan P. Sears

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