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The Anne Arundel county executive was found guilty on two counts of misconduct in office on Tuesday.
In a 7-2 vote, the council decided that having a candidate's party affiliation on the ballot is an important element to keep in Annapolis elections.
The defense rested its case on Monday morning.
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The appropriations bill would give Historic Annapolis' board $250,000 to fix up the house and gardens.
Refillable containers would allow beer enthusiasts to buy micro brews and seasonal ales that aren't bottled by distributors.
Circuit Judge Dennis Sweeney said having officers drive Leopold around to remove his opponent's campaign signs did not amount to misconduct in office.
The prosecution rested its case against Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold by submitting documents how much overtime pay his protective detail earned.
Members of the Anne Arundel County Board of Education say they don't like the idea of using casino money to fund school safety and mental health programs.
Day three of the misconduct trial of County Executive John Leopold centered around his re-election campaign and its operations.
Councilmen said it wasn't racism, but a rift in leadership within the health department that led to the state's decision.
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