Maryland House Republicans are urging Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley to reimburse the state for security detail costs for out-of-state for political events.
Three of the largest book publishers in the United States have agreed to pay consumers more than $69 million for violating antitrust laws. Maryland consumers will receive $1.64 million from the deal.
Maryland police agencies say they may not be reimbursed for costs associated with next week’s summit of the Group of Eight leading industrialized nations at Camp David.
The public school system in Maryland’s Prince George’s County has agreed to pay $4 million to reimburse more than 1,000 foreign teachers it hired and required to pay fees the school system should have handled.
Baltimore school officials say the district will reimburse international teachers who paid fees associated with getting temporary work visas out of their own pockets.