Author: Meg Tully

State Roundup: 3 Md. coronavirus cases

Governor declares state of emergency; Hopkins won’t host fans for basketball tournament amid coronavirus concerns; study-abroad students in limbo; lawmakers scramble to pay for Kirwan; expungements sought for pot convictions; legislature advances some Baltimore crime bills.

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State Roundup: Pugh gets 3 years

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh given a tongue-lashing by the judge as she was sentenced to three years; Hogan requests $10 million as state prepares for coronavirus; lawmakers hear distracted driving monitoring bill; Frederick County sheriff, state trooper, revive man testifying in Annapolis with CPR; Hogan opposes changes to ICE access to driver’s license database; attorney general isn’t sold on extra funding for Baltimore crime; divided Senate expands protective orders; businesses oppose paid family leave; bills to address hospitals suing patients for unpaid bills; firearm theft bill goes to hearing; state lawmaker concerned about foster children with nowhere to go after psychiatric care; funding cut to universities in southern Maryland; Howard redistricting violated open meetings act; wireless elections equipment; lawmaker for agricultural education

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