The Week That Was

November 04, 2007

MVA audit finds flaws

The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration often allowed drivers convicted of drunken driving to return to the road before the appropriate time, says a state audit.

GM plant shifts gears

The first hybrid transmission rolled off the line at the Allison plant in White Marsh, raising hopes for a turnaround at General Motors.

Pastor allowed to stay on

The highest judicial body of the United Methodist Church has ruled that a transgender man can remain pastor of a Charles Village congregation.

Family wins funeral lawsuit

A federal jury has awarded $10.9 million to the family of a Marine killed in Iraq who sued a Kansas church over a protest staged at his funeral.

Ground rent law challenged

Dozens of collectors of ground rents sued the state, seeking compensation for reform laws they view as illegal seizure of property.

Blast at Domino Sugar

An explosion at the Domino Sugar refinery in Locust Point could close the plant for days.

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