Gov. Larry Hogan announced a major coronavirus relief fund after the state’s comptroller said it was urgently needed, a policy to check the temperatures of all Baltimore City voters at the polls is reconsidered and tweaked, and reopening schools continues to be a hot topic with Anne Arundel teachers and staff objecting and Howard County parents rallying for in person options.Read More
Author: Meg Tully
A House of Delegates workgroup votes for repeal of a controversial police protection law, and a General Assembly committee issues rarely used subpoenas in an investigation into a severance package obtained by Gov. Larry Hogan’s former chief of staff from another state agency.Read More
A committee to evaluate law changes needed for police reform and racial justice is making progress on some proposals while major issues will wait until next week, Maryland’s U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin is leading the way on 25th amendment legislation that would evaluate if the president is capable of leading and the state Board of Elections reports it is ready for the election in a year where the global pandemic has upended much of its normal operations.Read More
Maryland was celebrating no new coronavirus deaths and is resuming in-person nursing home visits and normal childcare capacities just before news broke that the president and first lady had tested positive for COVID-19.Read More
Gov. Larry Hogan and the state superintendent announced high school sports could return and the governor also talked Supreme Court nomination process, vaccine production and distribution during lengthy public appearances Thursday.Read More
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