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Sen Joan Carter Conway explains the need to change the status quo after 100 years when it comes to hiring a state schools superintendent. (The Daily Record / Bryan Sears.)
Sen Joan Carter Conway explains the need to change the status quo after 100 years when it comes to hiring a state schools superintendent. (The Daily Record / Bryan Sears.)

Separation-of-powers question stalls Md. state superintendent bill

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate has delayed a vote on a controversial bill that would give it confirmation oversight over the hiring of a new state schools superintendent in order to seek advice on whether such a law would violate the Maryland Constitution. Some Democrats say it is time to make adjustments to the 100-year-old law ...

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