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Bill Would Allow Maryland Students To Enroll In Tuition-Free, Public Virtual SchoolAs some Maryland students begin to head back to the classroom nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic began, some state lawmakers have introduced legislation that would give students the option to take part in a full-time online public school program.
Former CDC Director Robert Redfield To Serve As Senior Public Health Adviser In Maryland's Fight Against COVID-19Former U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Dr. Robert Redfield is joining Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan's team of advisors tasked with helping guide the state through the COVID-19 pandemic.
'Change Is Necessary': Police Reform Bills Pass Committee Hurdle In Maryland SenateA series of police reform bills passed the committee hurdle in the Maryland Senate Thursday.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Visits Students As Schools Prepare For Return Of Some In-Person LearningMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan visited a Talbot County elementary school Friday morning as students across the state are set to begin returning to classrooms in some capacity next week.
Maryland Lawmakers Vote To Expand Tax Credit For ImmigrantsThe Maryland General Assembly gave final approval Friday to expanding a state tax credit for low-income workers to include immigrants, including some living in the country illegally who work and pay taxes in the state.
James Dale Reed Found Guilty Of Voter Intimidation After Leaving Letter Threatening President Biden, VP Harris In Maryland MailboxA 42-year-old Frederick man was found guilty of voter intimidation Wednesday for leaving a letter in a mailbox that threatened then-presidential and vice presidential candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris and their supporters, the Frederick County State's Attorney's Office said.