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Md. Senate preliminarily approves bill to remove privilege

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ANNAPOLIS -- Maryland senators on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to a pair of bills that would allow their own words to be used against them in bribery trials. Currently when state and local lawmakers speak during legislative sessions, the words they say are privileged, meaning they can't be used against them or admitted into court cases -- the same way communications between doctors...