Maryland Headlines: Maryland Senate gives final approval to fracking ban

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Maryland is on track to become the third state to ban fracking; bill heads to Hogan’s desk.   Brian Witte / APMaryland Senate gives final approval to fracking banMaryland is on track to become the third state to ban fracking; bill heads to Hogan’s desk.By Ovetta Wiggins and Josh Hicks •  Read more »Murder charges dropped in double-homicide at mall in Wheaton, Md.Search continues for person or people who stabbed two men in January.By Dan Morse •  Read more » Opioid-related bills approved by Md. SenateBills to expand treatment, education now head to the House, as General Assembly enters final two weeks of legislative session.By Ovetta Wiggins •  Read more » 
ADVERTISEMENT Family pleads for help in solving fatal shooting of 15-year-oldDennis Taylor was killed Saturday not far from his home in Landover, Md.By Lynh Bui •  Read more » Bayside vacation home with stained-glass transoms lists for $750,000TOWN SQUARE | The residence is owned by Brenda Belfield, a local artist who designed stained-glass windows at Washington National Cathedral and other places around the world.By Michele Lerner •  Read more » 
ADVERTISEMENT Maryland’s Trust Act would put residents at risk, U.S. attorney general saysJeff Sessions has denounced a state bill that would limit cooperation between localities and federal immigration agents.By Bill Turque •  Read more » D.C. man pleads guilty in Md. crash that killed three women and two childrenTwo sisters who died in the 2014 wreck left behind 10 children; the driver was charged with manslaughter and DUI.By Lynh Bui •  Read more »   Get the Going Out Guide newsletterWhat to do and where to go in the Washington area, in your inbox twice a week.Sign Up »     Share Maryland Headlines:      Twitter     FacebookTrouble reading? Click here to view in your browser.You received this email because you signed up for Maryland Headlines or because it is included in your subscription. For additional free newsletters or to manage your newsletters, click here.We respect your privacy. If you believe that this email has been sent to you in error or you no longer wish to receive email from The Washington Post, click hereContact us for help.©2017 The Washington Post, 1301 K St NW, Washington DC 20071   

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