The Maryland State Conference of the NAACP calls for legislation to limit the governor's power to appoint a replacement if Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon is convicted of misconduct.
By Stephen Janis Sunday, 11 October 2009
The continuing legal troubles of Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon has prompted the Maryland State Conference of the NAACP to approve a push for legislation that would limit the governor options for choosing a new mayor, if she is convicted of misconduct while in office.Check out the latest on these stories and more. http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102758508869&s=1030&e=00186xsDiCdo00g1CUY0SoAUgoS1uPCce2KNumGn8wl0TofSM5rl9u-60z41nyRQ75RjO4wE282sVgeNIlzj81Wze2YBQqgbD7WgkmqBHK6AlmUC1SdPquB5mQpb0xB_u_I
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