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
The Daily Record has again teamed up with the Marc Steiner Show for the 2018 Annapolis Summit, our annual event to mark the first day of the legislative session.
Leading up to the summit, The Daily Record is running in-depth preview articles and The Marc Steiner Show is publishing a podcast.
In the second episode, which you can hear in the embedded player above, Marc Steiner speaks with Comptroller Peter Franchot, who has proposed legislation that would allow craft beer brewers to sell their beers without going through distributors, and Raimee Eck, the President of the Maryland Public Health Association.
(To subscribe to the podcast, go here. Android users, go here.)
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.