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Gansler Argues Md. Can't Carry Out Death Sentences

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says the state has lost the ability to carry out a death sentence, even against a death row inmate who was sentenced before the state banned capital punishment last year. 150 more words

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Gansler Argues Md. Can't Carry Out Death Sentences

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says the state has lost the ability to carry out a death sentence, even against a death row inmate who was sentenced before the state banned capital punishment last year. 103 more words

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Teachers Union Settles Campaign Literature Dispute

ROCKVILLE, Md. (AP) — The Montgomery County Education Association has reached a settlement with Attorney General Doug Gansler’s former campaign for governor over the use of campaign literature that resembled the union’s apple-shaped ballot. 114 more words

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Mortgage Initiative To Be Announced In Local Md. County

HYATTSVILLE, Md. (AP) — Maryland officials are scheduled to announce a new program aimed at helping eligible Prince George’s County residents buy homes.

Attorney General Doug Gansler and Acting Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development Secretary Clarence Snuggs are scheduled to attend the announcement Thursday in Hyattsville. 96 more words

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Md. Attorney General To Join DC Law Firm When His Term Ends In Jan.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is joining a District of Columbia law firm when he finishes his second term in January. 100 more words

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Addressing Sexual Misconduct at the University of Maryland

by AMBER EBANKS

On November 13th, Attorney General Doug Gansler spoke on his new policy, “Doing More: Reducing Sexual Misconduct at Maryland’s Colleges and Universities” at Stamp Student Union. 682 more words

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Md. AG Releases Report on Reducing Campus Sexual Assaults

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (WNEW) — Maryland’s Attorney General released his new report on reducing campus sexual assaults Thursday at the University of Maryland.

Recommendations from Attorney General Doug Gansler’s report “Doing More,” include colleges increasing bystander intervention initiatives and better engagement with local police. 230 more words

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