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Tag Archives: 2016 Maryland General Assembly

Md. legislature to mull student press freedoms, open government bills

ANNAPOLIS – Journalism student Maggie Gottlieb said protecting students from unfair censorship is important now more than ever, as school administrators continue to use prior review to control what their school’s newspaper publishes. In high school, Gottlieb said a faculty ...

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Angel investor bill has startups paying attention to Annapolis

When opening a businesses, entrepreneurs pick a location based largely on three factors: access to capital, access to good talent and quality of life in and around the city. Deb Tillett, executive director of Emerging Technology Centers incubator in Baltimore, ...

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Public Television blamed for lack of General Assembly live streaming

If you're in favor of the idea of live streaming voting sessions from the floor of the Maryland House and Senate there's a reason why you can't have nice things — Maryland Public Television.

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AG: Superintendent bill doesn’t violate separation of powers

A bill seeking to give the Senate confirmation authority over the next state schools superintendent does not violate the separation of powers in the Maryland Constitution, according to an advisory letter written by an assistant attorney general assigned to the General Assembly.

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Hogan ‘manages’ for high job approval rating

Republican Gov. Larry Hogan continues to ride high when it comes to the public perception of his job performance even as Democrats are more trusted to run government overall, according to a new poll released by the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College.

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