Experts at Johns Hopkins weighed in Thursday on questions arising from seemingly contradictory metrics used to track the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo, lead epidemiologist for the Coronavirus Resource Center at Johns Hopkins, said a lack of clear federal guidance ...Read More »
Eye on Annapolis
The Daily Record's Maryland state government blog
Sen. Andrew Serafini, a western Maryland Republican who built respect among his Republican and Democratic peers as a trusted voice on budgetary issues, will resign effective Aug. 1. Serafini had talked about departing the legislature for well over a year but ...Read More »
More changes in the Annapolis lobbying corps are happening as another former member of the now-defunct Alexander & Cleaver brand hangs up his own shingle. Davion Percy, who previously served as the vice president of the government relations at Alexander ...Read More »
State lawmakers got their first look at $1.45 billion in budget reductions proposed by Gov. Larry Hogan as the state attempts to offset large revenue declines driven by the novel coronavirus pandemic. In total, the Hogan administration is proposing more ...Read More »
One Maryland lawmaker is lobbying his colleagues for a special session to address police brutality. Del. Julian Ivey, D-Prince George’s, is calling for the special session to begin by July 31 in the wake of several recent police custody deaths ...Read More »
A majority of Marylanders say they approve of restrictions put in place to slow the spread of COVID-19, with those positive feelings translating into additional support for an already popular two-term Republican governor. The poll released by Gonzales Research and ...
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Local officials are taking a page out of the national pandemic playbook, calling on state government to provide needed COVID-19 test kits and supplies before easing restrictions on daily life in their communities. Leaders of Maryland counties that have announced ...
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Maryland lawmakers plan to hold a hearing Tuesday on the difficulties in applying for and receiving unemployment benefits in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Senate Finance and Budget and Taxation Committees plan to hold the virtual hearing on ...Read More »