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Former Md. state senator Nathaniel Oaks sentenced to 3½ years in bribery case

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Former Maryland state senator Nathaniel T. Oaks was sentenced to 3½ years in federal prison Tuesday after he acknowledged taking bribes in exchange for helping a developer secure government funding for a project. […]

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