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Before Annapolis Summit, 3 more podcast episodes

This article is part of The Daily Record's coverage leading up to the Annapolis Summit, an event that marks the start of Maryland's legislative session.

Read articles in the series:
Jan. 7: State budget | Jan. 1: Online harassment, gun control, cellphone tracking and more | Dec. 24: Sexual misconduct in Annapolis? | Dec. 17: Legalized sports betting? | Dec. 10: Health exchange woes | Dec. 3: Battle over beer | Nov. 26: Baltimore’s violence, online bullying, parental rights

Listen to podcast episodes from the Marc Steiner Show:
Jan. 10: Annapolis Summit - full audio recordings | Jan. 5: Bail reform | Dec. 25: The budget | Dec. 22: Sports betting | Dec. 22: Health Care | Dec. 18: 'Beer Wars' | Dec. 4: Baltimore violence

As we approach the 2018 Annapolis Summit, our annual event to mark the first day of the legislative session, we’ve got more podcasts from our partner, the Marc Steiner Show, to share.

The 15th Annual Annapolis Summit will be held on the first day of the Maryland General Assembly session, from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. Jan. 10 at the Governor Calvert House in Annapolis. We’re hosting Gov. Larry Hogan, Senate President Mike Miller and House Speaker Michael Busch for a live conversation about the most prominent issues facing Maryland.

You can buy tickets to the 15th Annual Annapolis Summit here.

We’ve been running a series of articles leading up to the summit, which you can find linked from this item. The Marc Steiner show has recorded a podcast series, which you can listen to on this post.

(You can also subscribe to the podcast here. Android users, go here.)

The first new episode is about whether Maryland should allow sports betting.  Del. Roy Turner, a Democrat from, Howard County, and Del. Jason Buckel, a Republican from Allegany County speak with Marc Steiner on the topic.

 

Next up, health care. How should the state react to federal changes, and what other changes should the state make?  Guests in this episode are Vincent DeMarco, President of the Maryland Citizens’ Health Initiative and Baltimore County Republican Delegate Chris West.

 

And topping it all off, a conversation about the budget. Will the members of the legislature address the looming structural deficit of $1.2 Billion that is coming in the year 2022? Washington County Republican Andrew A. Serafini, and Baltimore City Democrat Bill Ferguson talk about it.

Gov. Larry Hogan, left, speaks with WEAA's Marc Steiner on Wednesday morning during the Annapolis Summit. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Gov. Larry Hogan, left, speaks with Marc Steiner during the 2017 Annapolis Summit. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

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