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Hogan: State not yet ready to lift capacity restrictions on bars and restaurants

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that even though Maryland’s coronavirus positivity rates have steadily declined for weeks and vaccines have become more readily available it may still be some time before the state lifts capacity restrictions on public establishments […]

Hogan: State not yet ready to lift capacity restrictions on bars and restaurants

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@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Tuesday that even though Maryland’s coronavirus positivity rates have steadily declined for weeks and vaccines have become more readily available it may still be some time before the state lifts capacity restrictions on public establishments […]

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Restaurant Association of Md. CEO: It’s time to start easing dining capacity restrictions

@BryanRenbaum MarylandReporter.com spoke with Restaurant Association of Maryland President and CEO Marshall Weston on Monday to get an update on how that industry is faring in the face of ongoing

CDC says reporters should be prioritized for vaccination; Md. has not yet done so

@BryanRenbaum The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that reporters be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Phase 1C of distribution but Maryland has not yet begun to prioritize

Rep. Brown: ‘Maryland can’t get better than a D’ on COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Gov. Larry Hogan receives a coronavirus vaccine on Monday Jan. 18, 2021 (Governor's Office Photo) @BryanRenbaum U.S. Rep. and former Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown (D-Md.) Monday slammed Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration’s

Hogan expresses optimism amid pandemic in State of the State address

Gov. Larry Hogan delivered his 7th State of the State address on Wednesday evening (Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan painted a picture of hope in his 19-minute virtual State of the

Hogan: ‘Mass vaccination sites’ to set up throughout Maryland

@BryanRenbaum To speed up and increase the efficiency of the state’s rollout of its supply of coronavirus vaccines “mass vaccination sites” will be set up throughout Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan

Franchot urges counties to consider providing tax deferments

@BryanRenbaum Comptroller Peter Franchot Tuesday sent a letter to county officials throughout Maryland asking them to explore the possibility of providing temporary tax deferments similar to what the comptroller’s office

Hogan previews FY 2022 budget

Gov. Hogan previewed his proposed budget at a press conference Tuesday. Governor's Office photo @BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday previewed his administration’s FY 2022 budget proposal which he said will prioritize

Mike Miller dead at age 78

MarylandReporter.com photo  @BryanRenbaum Senate President Emeritus Mike Miller died Friday afternoon at age 78, the senator’s family said in a statement. The political powerbroker and old school Democrat who led the state’s

Ferguson: ‘This session will not be easy’

@BryanRenbaum Senate President Bill Ferguson kicked off the start of the 442nd session of Maryland General Assembly on Wednesday afternoon with a sobering observation that came as his 46 fellow

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