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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


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


Addressing Sexual Misconduct at the University of Maryland


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. 681 more words


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. 232 more words


Verizon Agrees to $1.3M Settlement With Maryland

BALTIMORE — The Maryland Attorney General’s Office says Verizon has agreed to pay $1.375 million in restitution to consumers over allegedly misleading offers on its FiOS services. 118 more words


Doug Gansler Reflection

Doug Gansler has been in the public eye for 22 years. With him leaving his eight-year term as Attorney General in a few months, Gansler reflects on his career thus far. CNS-TV’s Joyce Koh reports.


Md. AG Takes Step to Rescind Death Sentences

BALTIMORE — Four death row inmates who were sentenced before Maryland abolished capital punishment last year could end up serving life without parole if the state’s attorney general prevails in legal arguments filed Thursday. 709 more words