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Governor Hogan Vetoes Sick Leave Bill

Governor Hogan today announced he will veto HB 1 / SB 230, Labor and Employment – Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, a bill that would have required employers with 15 or more full-time employees to provide workers with at least five days of sick and safe leave per year. 288 more words

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Hogan Plans to Sign More Than 200 Bills Today. Paid Sick Leave is Not Among Them

Governor Larry Hogan will sign 209 bills today in what is believed to be his eighth and final bill signing of the 2017 legislative session. 439 more words

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Anne Arundel County Council Chairman John Grasso to Run for State Senate

Term limits prevent Anne Arundel County Council Chairman John Grasso from trying for another four years on the council. But the outspoken Republican from Glen Burnie says he’s not ready to retire from politics. 435 more words

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Gov. Hogan Vetoes Redistricting Bill, Setting Up Showdown with Legislature

Governor Larry Hogan on Monday vetoed a bill that would put a nonpartisan commission in charge of drawing the state’s congressional districts if five other states agreed to do the same. 432 more words

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Senator Madaleno at Metro Rally: I'm Running for Governor

Maryland state Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr. (D-Montgomery) told a crowd of activists rallying around dedicated Metro funding Sunday that he will seek the Democratic nomination to challenge Gov. 358 more words

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Real Talk Rashad Richey Talks To Hank Johnson About Possible Donald Trump Impeachment

On Real Talk with Rashad Richey, Rashad gets exclusive interview with congressman Hank Johnson and it was straight forward and as blunt as it gets.  Don’t forget to tune into Real Talk with Rashad Richey weekdays from 10 a.m. 55 more words

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Rashad Richey Asks Should Laughing Be A Federal Case?

Did anybody notice that the Department of Justice headed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions decided to prosecute a 61 year old woman for laughing during his Senate confirmation hearing? 195 more words

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