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Gov. Larry Hogan Presents Budget, Pledging Tax Relief And Education SpendingGov. Larry Hogan on Wednesday presented his eighth and final budget as executive, pledging $4.6 billion in tax cuts and $8.15 billion for K-12 education while also leaving $3.6 billion into the Rainy Day Fund, reserves the governor said would help the state in its next emergency.
Hogan Extends Open Enrollment On Maryland Health Connection, Pledges Boosts In Health And Human Services SpendingOpen enrollment for health insurance provided through the state-run Maryland Health Connection has been extended until the end of February, Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday.
Councilman Mark Conway Announces Hearing On GTTF ReportThe Baltimore City Council's Public Safety and Government Operations Committee is scheduled to hold a hearing on Jan. 26 to discuss the 515-page investigation into the Gun Trace Task Force corruption scandal.
With Cases And Hospitalizations Declining, Pittman Defends Anne Arundel County Mask Mandate In Face Of LawsuitWith cases and hospitalizations declining, Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman Jr. defended the county's indoor mask mandate in the face of a lawsuit asking for a temporary restraining order to block the policy.
Maryland Senate Committee To Hear Testimony On Expanded 'Slow Down, Move Over' LawMembers of a Maryland Senate committee are scheduled to hear testimony Tuesday on expanding the state's "Slow Down, Move Over Law" to include all disabled vehicles with hazards lights.
Mosby's Attorney Says She Was Advised Retirement Account Withdrawals Were PermittedAt a Monday rally to draw support for Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby following her federal indictment, defense lawyer A. Scott Bolden said his client received financial advice she was eligible to withdraw money from her retirement account, an issue at the heart of the case.