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Louis L. Goldstein (1913-1998)
MSA SC 3520-1579

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From Journals of the Proceedings of the House of Delegates--

Celebration of Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein's 80th birthday, March 14, 1994.  Found in Maryland State Archives, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE OF DELEGATES (Journals) 1994, MSA 940531-3.

1960 House Resolution No. 18, given to Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein for his service to the citizens of Maryland in providing greater assistance to taxpayers and creating a more efficient Comptroller's office. Found in Maryland State Archives, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE OF DELEGATES (Journals), 1957, 1959, 1960. MdHR 82-1148.

1962 House Resolution No. 52, given to Louis L. Goldstein for his efforts in arranging a reciprocal income tax agreement
with the State of Delaware. Found in Maryland State Archives, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE OF DELEGATES (Journals) 1961-62, MdHR 82-1151.

Message from Louis L. Goldstein to Speaker Perry O. Wilkinson, dated March 5, 1962.  Explains the new reciprocal income
tax agreement with the State of Delaware. The agreement allows residents of Maryland who work in Delaware to file income tax only for Maryland--a privilege that residents of Delaware who work in Maryland also enjoyed. Found in Maryland State Archives, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE OF DELEGATES (Journals) 1961-1962, MdHR 82-1151.

1964 State of the State address and Abbreviated Budget Message by Governor J. Millard Tawes to the General Assembly discussing Maryland's AAA bond rating.  Found in Maryland State Archives, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE OF DELEGATES (Journals) 1963-1965, MdHR 82-1156.

1978 State of the State address and Abbreviated Budget Message by Acting Governor Blair Lee III to the General Assembly discussing Maryland's AAA bond rating and how it impacted the state's financial health.  Found in Maryland State Archives, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, HOUSE OF DELEGATES (Journals) 1978, MdHR 79-001191.
 


Books -

Maryland Manual (Annapolis: Hall of Records) biographies:


Radoff, Morris L.  The Old Line State:  A History of Maryland.  1956 Library of American Lives.  Baltimore:  Historical Record Association, n.d.
Biographical sketch, vol. 2, pp. 648-651.

Stein, Charles Francis.  A History of Calvert County Maryland.  Published by the author in cooperation with the Calvert County Historical Society, 1976.


Newspaper articles (in reverse chronological order) -

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"Louis L. Goldstein: quirky, dedicated Maryland pol." The Daily Record, 30 June 2003.

"In Calvert, Goldstein's Office a Shrine."  Date and paper unknown, found in Goldstein General File, Calvert County Historical Society.

"Goldstein statue moving ahead, with state blessing."  The Baltimore Sun, 16 November 1999.

Friedman, Lisa.  "Honoring Louie in Bronze."  The Washington Post, 5 August 1999.

"Washington College mourns Goldstein." Kent County News, 9 July 1999.

"WC honors Goldstein and Kennedy:  New Goldstein Hall planned for 2000."  Kent County News, 1 April 1999.

Tobias, Tara.  "New building to be named for Goldstein."  The Star Democrat, 31 March 1999.

Marsh, Sara.  "For Louie:  Lawmakers seek annual 'Louis Goldstein Day'."  The Capital, 29 January 1999.

Shields, Todd.  "A Tribute in Thought, A Tussle in Practice:  Method for Goldstein Statue Questioned." The Washington Post, 8 November 1998.

Dresser, Michael.  "Statue contract, Goldstein beliefs appeared at odds."  The Baltimore Sun, 7 November 1998.

Hoyer, Steny. "Hoyer pays tribute to Goldstein, says he was a simple, unassuming, loving man."  The Calvert Independent, 5 August 1998.

"Goldstein's Estate Left To Children." The Washington Post, 25 July 1998.

Dyson, Roy. "Goldstein was the Cal Ripken of Maryland government."  The Calvert Independent, 22 July 1998.

"Remembering Louis....the man....the friend."  The Calvert Independent, 15 July 1998.

"Swann sworn in as interim comptroller." The Baltimore Sun, 15 July 1998.

"Louie's office a shrine."  The Capital, 14 July 1998.

"Louie knew his stuff."  The Capital, 13 July 1998.

"State House clash? Schaefer puts Glendening on the hot seat."  The Capital, 13 July 1998.

Kennedy, T. Chris.  "Washington College mourns Goldstein."  The Kent County News, 9 July 1998.

"Calvert loses a statesman." The Calvert Independent, 8 July 1998.

Crozier, Dave.  "State Comptroller leaves behind legacy of enthusiasm and dedication."  The Calvert Independent, 8 July 1998.

"Goldstein family extends thanks to Marylanders."  The Calvert Independent, 8 July 1998.

"Louis Goldstein."  The Calvert Independent, 8 July 1998.

Ostopwicz, Rick.  "Death Saddens Locals."  The Recorder (Prince Frederick), 8 July 1998.

Photo tribute to Louis L. Goldstein, The Recorder (Prince Frederick), 8 July 1998.

Photos of Louis Goldstein's funeral, The Recorder (Prince Frederick), 8 July 1998.

Swiegart, Tracy.  "Goldstein's service to public was hallmark of career." The Recorder (Prince Frederick), 8 July 1998.

Swiegart, Tracy.  "Over 1,000 attend funeral."  The Recorder (Prince Frederick), 8 July 1998.

Terry, Rob. "Goldstein called a remarkable man." The Recorder (Prince Frederick), 8 July 1998.

"Schaefer mulls bid for comptroller." The Baltimore Sun, 6 July 1998.

"Maryland's folksy comptroller for life." The Baltimore Sun, 6 July 1998.

"Glendening Weighing Potential Successors to State Comptroller."  The Washington Post, 6 July 1998.

"In Memory." The Baltimore Sun, 6 July 1998.

"In Md., a Rush to Field Comptroller Candidates."  The Washington Post, 5 July 1998.

"Who will succeed Goldstein?"  The Baltimore Sun, 5 July 1998.

"There will be no one like him."  The Baltimore Sun, 5 July 1998.

Schaefer, William Donald.  "Appreciation:  Remember Louie Goldstein:  A Charmer With a Tough Side."  The Washington Post, 5 July 1998.

"Md. Comptroller Louis Goldstein Dies at 85."  The Washington Post, 4 July 1998.

"Longtime Md. Comptroller Louis Goldstein dead at 85." The Baltimore Sun, 4 July 1998.

"Louis L. Goldstein, 1913-1998." The Baltimore Sun, 4 July 1998.

"Louis Goldstein dead at 85." The Capital, 4 July 1998.

"'Gawd Bless Y'All Real Good:' Goldstein Ready to Run Again in '98."  The Daily Record, 24 June 1998.

"Keeping Busy at Age 85, Comptroller Runs Again."  The Washington Post, 24 June 1998.

"Goldstein declares he's running again, 'with a lot of pep'."  The Baltimore Sun, 24 June 1998.

"At 85, Goldstein's plans do not include retirement."  The Washington Times, 24 June 1998.

"Goldstein Selling Land for College in Calvert County."  Enterprise, 17 December 1997.

"Goldstein Receives Honorary Degree from Loyola College."  State of Maryland Press Release, 17 May 1997.

"Award Honors Goldstein."  The Washington Post, 8 May 1997.

Smith, C. Fraser.  "Louis L. Goldstein, 84, launches drive for his 11th term as Md. comptroller." The Baltimore Sun, 7 May 1997.

"Goldstein seeks 11th term as comptroller." Independent, 28 June 1996.

"Despite pledge, Goldstein plans to run again."  The Washington Times, 21 June 1996.

Waldron, Thomas W.  "Goldstein will run for 11th term:  Wife's death played major role in decision by Md. comptroller."  The Baltimore Sun, 20 June 1996.

"Hazel Goldstein, Lawyer, Wife of Comptroller, Dies."  The Baltimore Sun, 21 April 1996.

McIntire, Richard.  "Clinton, Democrats celebrate Goldstein's 80th birthday."  1994, paper and exact date unknown, found in Goldstein General File, Calvert County Historical Society.

"The Money's Still on Goldstein:  Md. Comptroller Running Strong at 81."  The Washington Post, 5 August 1994.

"Maryland treasury building dedicated as 'Louis L. Goldstein' building."  The Daily Record, 14 February 1984.

"Goldstein appears certain of re-election to sixth term."  The Baltimore Sun, 8 November 1978.

"Goldstein and Burch Victorious." The Baltimore Sun, 9 November 1966.

Campaign Ad. Baltimore Sun, 5 November 1962.

"Tawes, Goldstein Spread Compliments at Ad Club."  The Baltimore Sun, 6 November 1958.

Campaign Ad.  The Baltimore Sun, 4 November 1958.

"Senator Goldstein Speaks at Johns Hopkins."  Calvert Gazette, 17 November 1956.

"Senator Goldstein Guest Speaker Chestertown Lions Club."  Calvert Gazette, 15 December 1956.

"Senator Goldstein, Speaker Luber to be on Radio Program."  Calvert Gazette,  8 December 1956.

"Goodman Goldstein [Louis Goldstein's father] Succumbs."  Calvert Gazette, 1 December 1956.

Ad for Calvert Realty Agency. Calvert Gazette, 30 May 1953.


Columns and articles from the comptroller's office newsletter - (in chronological order)
(Note:  The Comptroller's Office Newsletter began publication in 1947.  It became the Activator in 1959 and the Ledger in 1983.)

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 14, no. 1 (Autumn, 1972), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 14, no. 4 (Summer 1973), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 15, no. 3 (Spring 1974), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 16, no. 3 (Spring 1975), p. 2.

"comptroller's message."  Activator, vol. 16, no. 4 (Summer 1975), p. 2.

"Who Are Those Guys?" Activator, vol. 16, no. 4 (Summer 1975), p. 10.

"The Comptroller's Message." Activator, vol. 17, no. 1 (Autumn 1975), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message." Activator, vol. 17, no. 2 (Winter 1976), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 17, no. 3 (Spring 1976), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 17, no. 4 (Summer 1976), p. 2.

"STARS."  Activator, vol. 17, no. 4 (Summer 1976), p. 3.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 18, no. 1 (Autumn 1976), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 18, no. 2 (Winter 1977), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 18, no. 3 (Spring 1977), p. 2.

"STARS--1 million and still shining brightly." Activator, vol. 18, no. 3 (Spring 1977), p. 5.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 19, no. 1 (Autumn 1977), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 19, no. 2 (Winter 1978), p. 2.

"Affirmative Action:  What is it?"  Activator, vol. 19, no. 2 (Winter 1978), p. 3.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 20 no. 2 (Winter 1979), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 19, no. 3 (Spring 1978), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 19, no. 4 (Summer 1978), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 20, no. 1 (Autumn 1978), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 20 no. 4 (Summer 1979), p. 2.

"A Christmas Message."  Activator, vol. 21 no. 2 (Winter 1980), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 21 no. 4 (Summer 1980), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 22 no. 4 (Summer 1981), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 23 no. 1 (Autumn 1981), p. 2.

"General Accounting Helps Win Coveted Award."  Activator, vol. 23 no. 1 (Autumn 1981), p. 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator, vol. 23 no. 3 (Spring 1982), p. 2.

"Maryland's Financial Reporting Wins Award Again."  Activator, vol. 24 no. 1 (Autumn 1982), p 2.

"The Comptroller's Message."  Activator,  vol. 24 no. 1 (Autumn 1982), p 2.

"From the Comptroller..."  Activator, vol. 24 no. 3 (Spring 1983), p. 2.

"From the Comptroller..."  Activator, vol. 24 no. 4 (Summer 1983), p. 2.

"From the Comptroller..."  Ledger, vol. 1, no. 1 (October 1983), p. 1.

"From the Comptroller" and "Did You Know...About The Goldstein Building?" Ledger, vol. 1, no. 3 (March 1984), p. 2.

"From the Comptroller."  Ledger, vol. 2, no. 2 (March 1985), p. 2.

"Maryland's Credit Rating:  Our Unique Role Saves Millions."  Ledger, vol. 3, no. 2 (December 1985), p. 2.

"Comptroller's Office:  A National Leader."  Ledger, vol. 3, no. 4 (July 1986), p. 4.

"A New Decade Dawns For STARS." Ledger, vol. 4, no. 2 (December 1986), p. 1.

"Eighth Term Starts With Shared Spotlight." Ledger, vol. 4, no. 3 (March 1987), p. 1.

Goldstein, Louis.  "Amnesty End Will Start New Era."  Ledger, vol. 5. no. 1 (October 1987), p. 6.

"50 Years of Service and Going Strong." Ledger, vol. 6., no. 4 (October 1988).

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Press releases from the comptroller's office -

1986-1990 (Box 2/3/9/17)

"Notice to Editors," press release dated October 2, 1986, announcing Project Fair Share, a new tax collection effort and accompanying first of its kind computer assisted collection system. Found in Maryland State Archives, COT, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE (News From) 1979-1990, 2/3/9/17.

"Maryland Receives Financial Reporting Recognition Important to Bond Market," press release dated July 26, 1984, describing Maryland's triple A bond status and its implications for an upcoming general obligation bond sale. Found in Maryland State Archives, COT, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE (News From) 1979-1990, 2/3/9/17.

"Maryland Retains Triple A Bond Rating for August 15th Sale," press release dated August 9, 1984, describing Maryland's triple A bond status and its implications for an upcoming general obligation bond sale. Found in Maryland State Archives, COT, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE (News From) 1979-1990, 2/3/9/17.

"How Does the New Computer Assisted Collection System Help?," press release dated October 9, 1986, describing new computer system used to implement Operation Fair Share in detail. Found in Maryland State Archives, COT, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE (News From) 1979-1990, 2/3/9/17.

"NASACT Honors Goldstein's 50 Years of Service," press release dated November 21, 1988, describing award given by National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers. Found in Maryland State Archives, COT, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE (News From) 1979-1990, 2/3/9/17.

"Goldstein Accepts Federal Award for Innovation," press release dated March 28, 1989, outlining award received from the Joint Financial Management Improvement Program. Found in Maryland State Archives, COT, PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICE (News From) 1979-1980, 2/3/9/17.


Other sources -

American Trucking Associations, Inc., et al. v. Louis L. Goldstein et al.  No. 108, September Term, 1983.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  301 Md. 372; 483
        A.2d 47; 1984 Md. LEXIS 375.

American Trucking Associations, Inc., et al. Louis L. Goldstein, et al. No. 162, September Term, 1987.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  312 Md. 583;
        541 A.2d 955; 1988 Md. LEXIS 74.

Business and Professional Friends of Louis L. Goldstein for Governor of Maryland Campaign Materials, 1978.  Found in Maryland State Archives, COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY (Correspondence), 1948-1979, MSA T1408.

Clarence W. Blount, Walter R. Dean, Jr., Pinkney A. Howell, A Wade Kach, Frank C. Robey, Jr., Paul E. Weisengoff, Charles H. Wheatley and Margaret M.
        Pollock, for themselves jointly and severally v. Marvin Mandel, Governor of the State of Maryland, Francis B. Burch, Attorney General of the State of
        Maryland, Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland, William S. James, Treasurer of the State of Maryland, all individually and
        in their official capacities.  Civil No. Y-75-207.  United States District Court for the District of Maryland.  400 F. Supp. 1190; 1975 U.S. Dist. LEXIS
        16585.

Henry T. Sanders, Plaintiff - Appellant, v. State of Maryland; Louis L. Goldstein, Maryland State Treasurer, Defendants - Appellees.  No. 97-1724.  United States
        Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.  1997 U.S. App. LEXIS 22391.

Henry T. Sanders, Plaintiff - Appellant, v. State of Maryland; Louis L. Goldstein, Maryland State Treasurer, Defendants - Appellees.  No. 97-1724.  United States
        Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.  121 F.3d 700; 1997 U.S. App. LEXIS 40913.

Letters between Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein and members of his staff and Attorney General Francis Burch regarding charges of tax evasion against Vice President and former Maryland Governor Spiro T. Agnew, 1973.  Found in Maryland State Archives, COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY, (Correspondence), 1948-1979, MSA T1408.

Louis H. Cohen v. Louis L. Goldstein, et. al.  No. 561, September Term, 1983.  Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.  58 Md. App. 699; 474 A.2d 229; 1984
        Md. Appl. LEXIS 362.

Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland; and State of Maryland v. G. William Miller, Secretary of the Treasury; and G. R.
        Dickerson, Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.  The Overbrook Egg Nog Corporation, a Maryland Corporation; and Heulbein, Inc., a
        Connecticut Corporation v. G. William Miller, Secretary of the Treasury; and G. R. Dickerson, Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
        Civ. Nos. K-79-2163, K-79-2164.  United States District Court for the District of Maryland.  488 F. Supp. 156; 1980 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11059.

Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland; and State of Maryland v. G. William Miller, Secretary of the Treasury; and G. R.
        Dickerson, Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.  The Overbrook Egg Nog Corporation, a Maryland Corporation; and Heulbein, Inc., a
        Connecticut Corporation v. G. William Miller, Secretary of the Treasury; and G. R. Dickerson, Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
        Civ. Nos. K-79-2163, K-79-2164.  UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MARYLAND. 488 F. Supp. 156; 1980
        U.S. Dist. LEXIS 10258.

Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury v. PHH Corporation.  No. 1088, September Term, 1997.  Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.  123 Md. App.
        214; 717 A. 2d950; 1998 Md. App. LEXIS 179.

Louis L. Goldstein et al. v. Time-Out Family Amusement Centers, Inc.  No. 47, September Term, 1984.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.  301 Md. 583;
        483 A.2d 1276; 1984 Md. LEXIS 393.

Louis L. Goldstein's oath of office for comptroller of the treasury, 1959.  Test Book, Executive Department, 1937-1969.

Louis Pohoryles, ... as Maryland Citizens for a Representative General Assembly, individually, and in behalf of all other Maryland residents now residing in Prince
        George's County, as well as in Montgomery and Anne Arundel Counties, who are eligible to vote in the Primary Election to be held in early September, 1970,
        or in the General Election, to be held in early November, 1970, Plaintiffs, and Board of County Commissioners for Prince George's County, Maryland, and
        Steny H. Hoyer, et al., Intervening Plaintiffs, v. Marvin Mandel, Governor, Board of State Canvassers:  Willard A. Morris, State Administrator of Election,
        Laws, Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller and Member of the Board of State Canvassers... Civ. No. 70-399.  United States District Court for the District of
        Maryland.  312 F. Supp. 334; 1970 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11917.

Maryland State Teachers Association, Inc., ... v. Harry Hughes, Governor of the State of Maryland...and Louis L. Goldstein, a member of the Board of Trustees
        for the Maryland State Pension and Retirement Systems Comptroller of the Treasury...  Civil Action No. M-84-1435.  United States District Court for the
        District of Maryland.  594 F. Supp. 1353; 1984 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 23321; 5 E.B.C. 2204.

Maryland Manual On-Line, 1998 biography

Mercantile-Safe Deposit and Trust Company, Trustee under the Deed of Trust from Alexius McGlannan et al. v. State of Maryland, ex. rel. Leroy C. Shaughnessy,
        Register of Wills for Baltimore City and Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury.  No. 216, September Term, 1971.  Court of Appeals of Maryland.
        264 Md. 455; 287 A.2d 502; 1972 Md. LEXIS 1161.

1999 Society of Senates Past Publication

1995 Thomas Kennedy Award Recipient - Remarks by Casper R. Taylor, Jr., House Speaker, on the occasion of the award presentation, March 22, 1995

1993 First Citizen Award Recipient - Remarks by Thomas V. Mike Miller, Senate President, on the occasion of the award presentation

Strescon Industries, Inc., Appellant, v. Howard A. Cohen, Secretary of Revenue, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; and Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the
    Maryland Treasury, Appellees.  No. 81-1255.  United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.  664 F.2d 929; 1981 U.S. App. LEXIS 15785.

Strescon Industries, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Howard A. Cohen, Secretary of Revenue Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the
        Maryland Treasury, Defendants.  Civ. A. No. J-79-826.  United States District Court for the District of Maryland.  508 F. Supp. 786; 1981 U.S.
        Dist. LEXIS 10794.

Sun Oil Company of Pennsylvania v. Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of Treasury of State of Maryland, Francis B. Burch, Attorney General of Maryland, Sandra A.
        O'Connor, States' Attorney of Baltimore County.  Civil Action No. N-77-1960.  United States District Court for the District of Maryland.  453 F. Supp. 787;
        1978 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 17013.

Thomas McCarthy, Rosario Munguia, Robert A. Diem, Gail Carson, Patricia Schwartz, Robert Lynch, Kathleen Lynch, John Miller, Thomas Cunningham, Jeanette
        Budny, Austin Barrows, David Bejshak and Philip Karpovich, Plaintiffs v. David W. Hornbeck, Superintendent of Schools of the State of Maryland, ...
        Members of the Maryland State Board of Education, Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury, William S. James, Treasurer of the State of Maryland,
        David A. Wagner, Administrator of the Mass Transit Administration, Lowell K. Bridwell, Secretary of Transportation, ... Defendants.  Civl No. H-82-1485.
        United States District Court for the District of Maryland.  590 F. Supp. 936; 1984 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 14789.

United States of America, Appellee, v. State of Maryland and Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland, Appellants.  No. 80-1298.
        United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit.  636 F.2d 73; 1980 U.S. App. LEXIS 10939.

United States of America v. State of Maryland; and Louis L. Goldstein, Comptroller of the Treasury of the State of Maryland.  Civ. No. K-78-1287.  United States
        District Court for the District of Maryland.  488 F. Supp. 347; 1980 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 9089.

Wyatt Champ, ... v. Harry R. Hughes, Governor, State of Maryland; Blair Lee III, Former Governor, State of Maryland; Robert J. Lally, Former Secretary,
        Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services; Mark A. Levin, Commissioner, Maryland Division of Correction; Louis L. Goldstein,
        Member, Board of Public Works; William S. James, Member, Board of Public Works ... No. 93-6802.  United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth
        Circuit.  1994 U.S. App. LEXIS 9139.


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