The governor on Thursday submitted a supplemental budget for fiscal year 2021 that requests $10 million for emergency coronavirus preparedness expenses as well as funding for other state and local initiatives.Read More
Author: Maryland Reporter
Demographic changes and a rapidly rising senior population in Maryland are driving the demand for direct service workers, who make up a third of the health care work force. But they are in such short supply that the Maryland Regional Direct Services Collaborative (MRDSC) has declared the situation a crisis.Read More
With Father’s Day on Sunday, Towson University Professor Rick Vatz returns to his persistent theme about the negative impact of fatherlessness.Read More
The Pick Four number to play Thursday in the legislative lottery was 32-15. In three successive party line votes in the Maryland Senate, that was the vote tally Democrats played to overcome Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes of bills to raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour and to allow Maryland schools to open before Labor Day, overturning the governor’s executive order.Read More
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