State Roundup, August 2, 2016

Officials to seek federal aid after flooding kills two, decimates historic downtown Ellicott City; Sen. Rosapepe suggests climate change could be to blame for devastating flash flood; destruction forces move of medical marijuana panel meeting; state Attorney General appeals conviction overturning in “Serial” case; Allegheny commissioner to join statewide education funding panel; oysters in protected areas making a comeback; Baltimore County Council rejects housing anti-discrimination bill; Montgomery police body cams used at their discretion; and Carroll County’s GOP Central Committee comes out against charter form of government.