Tag: Sen. Michael Hough
The race for Frederick county executive is only in its early stages but it has already begun to heat up.Read More
Legislation that recently became law that makes some low-income undocumented immigrants eligible for an expansion of state and local earned income tax credits will encourage more undocumented immigrants to come to Maryland, according to Senate Minority Whip Michael Hough.Read More
MarylandReporter.com spoke with Senate Minority Whip Michael Hough (R-Frederick and Carroll) on Wednesday evening about his views on a series of police reform bills and his goals for the upcoming legislative session.Read More
Republicans may be outnumbered 2-1 in Maryland but the GOP has a good opportunity to boost its standing in the state by focusing on those voters who live outside of the most heavily Democratic jurisdictions and who may be on the fence, the newly-elected No. 2. Republican in the state Senate said.Read More
Republicans may be a minority in Maryland’s Senate but that does not mean that they are merely an opposition party, the upper chamber’s newly-elected GOP leader said.Read More
House subcommittee kills proposal to tax some services as way to pay for Kirwan education reforms; meanwhile the House is on track to pass that sweeping education reform plan; as state raises it COVID-19 alert, Gov. Hogan seeks access to rainy day fund to help pay for fighting the virus; Board of Public Works OKs $8.9 million to three exonerees; citing Kavanaugh hearing ‘travesty,’ Republican lawmakers urged to vote against bill to give survivors of child sexual abuse more time to sue their abusers; Senate committee moves crime bills forward; Hogan meets with candidates in Baltimore’s mayor’s race; and Dem presidential candidate Joe Biden racking up endorsements in Maryland.Read More
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