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October 1, 2006
Kevin Clash Age: 46 Occupation: Puppeteer and producer of Sesame Street Education: Dundalk High School Marital status: Single Family: daughter, Shannon, 13
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By Erin Cox | December 20, 2012
If any bureaucratic hurdles remain to implementing same-sex marriage, Gov. Martin O'Malley wants them identified and resolved quickly. The governor sent a directive to his cabinet Thursday requesting all state agencies "work expeditiously" to give equal marriage rights to same-sex couples in Maryland.  "Many areas of Maryland law address marital status - including insurance, taxes, governmental benefits, and property - and many State...
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NEWS
December 10, 1997
An article in Monday's editions of The Sun erroneously referred to the marital status of Phillip Weaver Jr., the father of a 3 1/2 -year-old White Marsh girl who wounded herself while playing with his handgun. Weaver is not married.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 12/10/97
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By MATTHEW DOLAN | January 19, 2008
A federal judge in Baltimore yesterday sentenced an Afghan national living in Maryland to almost two years in prison for filing false documents in his immigration case. U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis sentenced Nabi Nabil, 30, of Brandywine to 22 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for conspiracy to obstruct proceedings before a United States agency. Nabil is subject to deportation proceedings after he serves his prison sentence, prosecutors said. According to his guilty plea, Nabil applied for status as a permanent resident but lied about his marital status.
NEWS
By Erin Cox | December 20, 2012
If any bureaucratic hurdles remain to implementing same-sex marriage, Gov. Martin O'Malley wants them identified and resolved quickly. The governor sent a directive to his cabinet Thursday requesting all state agencies "work expeditiously" to give equal marriage rights to same-sex couples in Maryland.  "Many areas of Maryland law address marital status - including insurance, taxes, governmental benefits, and property - and many State...
NEWS
By MATTHEW DOLAN | January 19, 2008
A federal judge in Baltimore yesterday sentenced an Afghan national living in Maryland to almost two years in prison for filing false documents in his immigration case. U.S. District Judge Marvin J. Garbis sentenced Nabi Nabil, 30, of Brandywine to 22 months in prison followed by three years of supervised release for conspiracy to obstruct proceedings before a United States agency. Nabil is subject to deportation proceedings after he serves his prison sentence, prosecutors said. According to his guilty plea, Nabil applied for status as a permanent resident but lied about his marital status.
FEATURES
By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | March 7, 1993
News at 11 . . . It's not what it used to be.Current position: WJZ-TV co-anchor at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.Age: Declined to say.Hometown: Kankakee, Ill.Current home: Baltimore.Marital status: Married since 1976 to theater director Jackson Phippin; 22-year-old stepdaughter, Cherise.Education: Bachelor of arts in theater from California Institute for the Arts, 1975; masters in theater from University of Michigan, 1976.Most recent work experience: Joined WJZ-TV's "Evening Magazine" as "Daring Denise," a participatory reporter, in 1979; promoted to lifestyle reporter in 1981, weekend co-anchor in1985 and evening co-anchor in 1987.
NEWS
November 23, 1990
C&P Telephone will seek reconsideration of the Public Service Commission's decision mandating that it offer free blocking with its Caller ID services. The response was predictable, but it is misguided. Caller ID has never been, as the phone company has contended, a simple issue of ensuring the privacy of the person who gets a call in the middle of the night. Rather, the technology has, from its inception, raised tangled ethical questions.With a $50 attachment and for a monthly fee of $6 or $7, Caller ID enables a customer to see a caller's number displayed on a small screen while the phone is ringing and, presumably, decide whether to answer.
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By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Sun Staff | January 21, 2007
Standing in line,waiting to check in for jury duty, I wondered which of the three people behind the counter I would rather handle this. The announcement had said they would confirm my address, employment and marital status. I got the middle-aged man. We went through the form on the computer screen. The address was correct. So was the employer. Marital status? "My wife has died," I said. The cursor moved. The M was changed to W. It moved again to the name of spouse. "Nancy" disappeared.
NEWS
By [JENNIFER SKALKA] and [JENNIFER SKALKA],Sun Reporter | May 16, 2007
Gov.Martin O'Malley signed an executive order yesterday stating that state employment decisions will be based solely on merit and fitness, and reinforcing an anti-discrimination policy for hiring and personnel activity. The order also mandates that the secretary of budget and management appoint a statewide equal opportunity coordinator to ensure that Maryland is complying with state and federal employment laws. "To bring the best workers to Maryland?s state government we need to guarantee every employee the basic protections that they deserve, and that our state government sets an example for equal employment opportunities throughout Maryland," the governor said in a statement.
NEWS
By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Sun Staff | January 21, 2007
Standing in line,waiting to check in for jury duty, I wondered which of the three people behind the counter I would rather handle this. The announcement had said they would confirm my address, employment and marital status. I got the middle-aged man. We went through the form on the computer screen. The address was correct. So was the employer. Marital status? "My wife has died," I said. The cursor moved. The M was changed to W. It moved again to the name of spouse. "Nancy" disappeared.
NEWS
October 1, 2006
Kevin Clash Age: 46 Occupation: Puppeteer and producer of Sesame Street Education: Dundalk High School Marital status: Single Family: daughter, Shannon, 13
NEWS
December 10, 1997
An article in Monday's editions of The Sun erroneously referred to the marital status of Phillip Weaver Jr., the father of a 3 1/2 -year-old White Marsh girl who wounded herself while playing with his handgun. Weaver is not married.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 12/10/97
FEATURES
By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | March 7, 1993
News at 11 . . . It's not what it used to be.Current position: WJZ-TV co-anchor at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.Age: Declined to say.Hometown: Kankakee, Ill.Current home: Baltimore.Marital status: Married since 1976 to theater director Jackson Phippin; 22-year-old stepdaughter, Cherise.Education: Bachelor of arts in theater from California Institute for the Arts, 1975; masters in theater from University of Michigan, 1976.Most recent work experience: Joined WJZ-TV's "Evening Magazine" as "Daring Denise," a participatory reporter, in 1979; promoted to lifestyle reporter in 1981, weekend co-anchor in1985 and evening co-anchor in 1987.
NEWS
November 23, 1990
C&P Telephone will seek reconsideration of the Public Service Commission's decision mandating that it offer free blocking with its Caller ID services. The response was predictable, but it is misguided. Caller ID has never been, as the phone company has contended, a simple issue of ensuring the privacy of the person who gets a call in the middle of the night. Rather, the technology has, from its inception, raised tangled ethical questions.With a $50 attachment and for a monthly fee of $6 or $7, Caller ID enables a customer to see a caller's number displayed on a small screen while the phone is ringing and, presumably, decide whether to answer.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | October 3, 2013
More Marylanders were able to shop for insurance on a new state exchange Thursday as technicians slowly made improvements to the system. Maryland Health Connection opened for business Tuesday, but crashed almost immediately and has had problems all week. A logjam formed when people tried to create an account. State health officials made some improvements to the system Wednesday night and said more than 1,000 people were able to create accounts immediately after. Still, some complained of other problems in the system, including receiving error messages when entering basic information, such as age and marital status.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1992
An article in the Real Estate section on Jan. 19 included an inaccurate description of the anti-discrimination provisions of the Federal Fair Housing Act.The federal law prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status (families with children) or national origin.Under Maryland statute, marital status is also a protected category.Local jurisdictions may have additional provisions. For example:In Baltimore, these are age, ancestry and sexual orientation.
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