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Should students return to the classroom in the fall? Not an easy decision

@BryanRenbaum Legislators, parents, and teachers are struggling with whether students should return to schools in the fall or should children continue to do online learning. It’s not an easy answer as parents worry that their child could get sick or […]

Should students return to the classroom in the fall? Not an easy decision

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@BryanRenbaum Legislators, parents, and teachers are struggling with whether students should return to schools in the fall or should children continue to do online learning. It’s not an easy answer as parents worry that their child could get sick or […]

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Maryland’s elected officials urge the state’s uninsured to take advantage of extended open enrollment period

@BryanRenbaum Members of Maryland’s congressional delegation teamed up with state lawmakers and local officials on Wednesday to urge Marylanders that do not have health insurance to take advantage of the

Covid-19 metric tests in Maryland may be skewed and faulty. )Pixabay)

Johns Hopkins doctor attributes Maryland’s COVID restrictions to state’s low positivity rate

@BryanRenbaum Maryland’s coronavirus positivity rate is lower than that of most states because the state took swift action to limit the spread of the virus, according to one of Maryland’s top doctors. A WalletHub study

Szeliga calls for the prosecution of Columbus statue vandals

@BryanRenbaum House Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga said those who were involved in the vandalism and toppling of the Christopher Columbus statue that stood near Baltimore’s Little Italy neighborhood should be

Maryland’s Business Leaders Respond with Cautious Optimism to Latest US Jobs Report

@BryanRenbaum Maryland’s business leaders said they are cautiously optimistic about the numbers in the federal government’s latest jobs report-which comes about three-and-half months after Maryland and many other states began

Board of Public Works Approves $413.17 Million in Budget Cuts

@BryanRenbaum The Board of Public Works on Wednesday morning voted to approve Gov. Larry Hogan’s request to cut $413.17 million from the state’s FY 2021 budget —a 2.07%  reduction from

Battle looms over Hogan’s proposed $1.45 billion in budget cuts

@BryanRenbaum The coronavirus pandemic has taken huge toll on Maryland’s economy and has forced the state’s policy makers to make tough decisions about how to spend the taxpayers’ money. The state’s

Former Maryland congressman calls for Prince George’s County to change name of James Ryder Randall Elementary School

@BryanRenbaum Former Maryland Rep. Albert Wynn said he is in favor of changing the name of James Ryder Randall Elementary School in Prince George’s County to something more representative of

Steele: The Lyrics to Maryland’s State Song Should Be Changed

@BryanRenbaum Former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele said the lyrics to Maryland’s state song should be changed. “I’d love to keep the theme. I love the theme music. But the lyrics should

Too early to link COVID-19 to spike in opioid-related deaths, health officials say

@BryanRenbaum It is unlikely that the coronavirus pandemic is responsible for the increase in opioid-related deaths that occurred in Maryland during the first quarter of this year, according to a former secretary

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