Law creating Hopkins police force, other measures begin July 1

A new armed police force for Johns Hopkins, initial funding for a potentially budget-busting proposal to improve public education, and a requirement that online short-term rental websites such as Airbnb collect sales tax are just some of the new Maryland laws taking effect July 1. One such law passed this year by the General Assembly authorizes Johns Hopkins ...

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