State Roundup, August 24, 2016

Senate President Mike Miller blasts Deputy Transportation Secretary Jim Ports, calls for his removal; the Hogan administration’s intent to roll back septic regs worried Bay cleanup advocates; Del. Kramer collects lease payments from Montgomery liquor board whose monopoly he defended; Baltimore City police using secret flights to record actions throughout city; Senate Pres Miller urges Prince George’s officials to fight for new hospital; latest PARCC test results disappointing; Montgomery County term limit proposal makes ballot; Baltimore County schools vote down Muslim holidays; and Blaine Young found guilty on three prostitution charges.