Progressives had their way in much of the 2019 General Assembly

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland's 439th session of the General Assembly may go down as the session that set the tone for the remainder of the term. A more progressive legislature, one where nearly one-third of the members are new, passed bills that set up future debates over education funding, the environment and marijuana policy. Democrats were able ...

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