Early returns show promise for Constitutional Convention, other MD ballot Questions
Posted: 10:30 PM TUE, November 2, 2010
By Steve Lash
Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer

If early election results hold, Maryland will engage in a full scale review of the state’s constitution for the first time since 1967.


Progress with COAL?

It appears not.

What does this mean for Maryland?

Does this affect our electric bill?

Okay, in the space-time continuum of one day, two of our state senators call for an investigation into the legality of compensation for CEO Mayo Shattuck.Spinning Yet?

The next day, the AG’s office says he will look into it.

Here’s my question.

Will any reduction of the CEO’s $16M pay alleviate any of our electric rates?

And no, not being facetious. But the better expenditure of time and energy on the part of our legislature would be, I would think, looking for ways to bring in better competition and more power sources to HELP OUR STATE TAX-PAYING CITIZENS.

What do you say?