Monday Morning Headlines: Goucher Student Seriously Injured After Being Struck by Car; O’Malley Picks FIght Wisconsin Governor; Raven Deonte Thompson No Longer Facing Drug Charges; and More

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Goucher Student Seriously Injured After Being Struck By Car – CBS Baltimore

Maryland’s activist government progressive to some, an intrusive Mary Poppins to others – Washington Post

WNBA draft: Maryland’s Alyssa Thomas awaits fate; Mystics looking for depth – Washington Post

In Wisconsin, O’Malley takes aim at state’s GOP governor and well-known congressman – Washington Post

Ravens wide receiver Deonte Thompson no longer facing drug charges –  Baltimore Sun

Annapolis mom was at heart of medical marijuana reform – Baltimore Sun

Rascovar commentary: Caution in Annapolis while leaning left – Maryland Reporter

Baltimore Christians Celebrated Palm Sunday By Praying For Leaders – CBS Baltimore

Americans Are Having Dogs Instead of Babies – The Atlantic Cities

Obama Lets N.S.A. Exploit Some Internet Flaws, Officials Say – New York Times

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