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Md. state school board nominee withdraws (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — A nominee to the Maryland State Board of Education has withdrawn his name less than a day after a contentious hearing before a state Senate committee. Brandon Cooper, who was appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan, withdrew his name from consideration following a grilling by the Senate Executive Nominations Committee in which a number of senators ...

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