Harford County Executive Barry Glassman is the first Republican to enter the comptroller’s race, running on a moderate and fiscally conservative platform. Coverage continues of General Assembly wrap ups, including bills to help make health insurance more accessible and affordable and setting up sports betting in the state.Read More
Author: Meg Tully
Gov. Larry Hogan is expected to give a hard look to landmark legislation passed this week for police reform and has objected to Baltimore city’s mayor cutting the police budget should the city take over policing. In Garrett County, few residents are driving to Hagerstown for COVID-19 vaccinations and local leaders have sent in equity plans. The legislature is hammering out differences in legislation like sports betting and local election reform.Read More
All Marylanders ages 16 and up who want a vaccine will be able to pre-register for the shot, Senate and House negotiators have agreed on a budget version that includes private school vouchers and closes two pre-trial release facilities, and in the final weeks of the General Assembly police reform moves forward while a climate change bill was amended hugely.Read More
With the help of federal relief dollars, the Maryland Senate has passed a balanced budget plan. Gov. Larry Hogan is optimistic for some return to normalcy by Memorial Day.Read More
With the availability of more vaccines from the federal government expected, Gov. Larry Hogan announced the state will begin expanding eligible groups until all Marylanders over 16 will be able to be vaccinated starting April 27.Read More
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