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Pat attended Southern Methodist University and University of Akron, where she studied speech/communications and mass media.
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Just say the phrase “rain tax” and people across the state of Maryland will have very passionate opinions. Now Governor Hogan makes a move to wash that tax down the drain.
Beefing up security. Baltimore businesses are allowing police to access their private security systems.
Students in the university system of Maryland will have to dig deeper next year. Budget cuts are forcing a tuition hike. Political reporter, Pat Warren, reports the state university system is tired to the state’s finances.
Maryland lawmakers will be wrestling not only with spending proposals from the new governor, but also tax cuts.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan delivered his first State of the State address on Wednesday inside the Maryland State House.
There could be some relief for workers who must choose between staying home or going to work sick. Lawmakers are considering a bill that allows employees to earn paid sick leave.
A bill to put armed guards in Maryland schools has been controversial. The bill proposes to protect students from school shootings by giving guns to school officers.
A message to Maryland school districts from the Board of Public Works: take better care of what you have.
Maryland lawmakers are consider a bill that would allow workers to earn paid sick leave.
Maryland lawmakers get a breakdown on how much the state will spend and where the money will be spent.
More reaction to the $16.4 billion budget proposed by Governor Larry Hogan. Hogan’s plan is to close the state’s deficit and roll back taxes at the same time.
Balance Today, Balance Tomorrow, that’s Governor Larry Hogan’s theme as he rolls out his plan for the fiscal year that starts in July.