Maryland Senate OKs letting local officials set school start

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Senate voted Tuesday to enable local school boards to decide whether school begins before or after Labor Day. The 31-13 vote was along party lines in the Democrat-controlled Senate. The measure now goes to the House, where Democrats hold a supermajority. The issue has prompted a battle with Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, ...

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