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Hogan: State to require all nursing home and hospital staff to show proof of vaccination

Gov. Larry Hogan speaks at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon (Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum The state will soon require all of its nursing home and hospital staff to show proof of vaccination against the novel coronavirus or alternatively face routine testing, […]

Hogan: State to require all nursing home and hospital staff to show proof of vaccination

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Gov. Larry Hogan speaks at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon (Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum The state will soon require all of its nursing home and hospital staff to show proof of vaccination against the novel coronavirus or alternatively face routine testing, […]

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MDH: 96% of the state’s COVID-19 deaths since late-Jan. were among the unvaccinated

Image: From Pixabay @BryanRenbaum Nearly all of the people in the state who have died from COVID-19 since the end of January were unvaccinated, according to data the Maryland Department of

Eviction crisis: 250,000 could lose their homes, advocate says

Image by Bruce Emmerling from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum An eviction or a foreclosure crisis could be looming in Maryland, according to advocates and lawmakers. Sunday marked the end of the state’s eviction protections for renters and tenants under

‘Free State Politics’ Episode 8: Covid and schools, patent rights and SCOTUS

@BryanRenbaum Episode 8 of the “Free State Politics” podcast presented by MarylandReporter.com is now available to download. Please subscribe here. It features award-winning journalist John Rydell and producer Douglas Christian, an independent

Frederick County councilman slams BPW decision to advance Hogan’s traffic relief plan

Image: (http://roads.maryland.gov/mdotsha) @BryanRenbaum Frederick County Councilman Kai Hagen Thursday blasted a recent decision by the Board of Public Works to advance Gov. Larry Hogan’s traffic relief congestion plan for the Capital Beltway. On Wednesday,

How would Hogan fare in a GOP presidential primary?

Image: (Screenshot) @BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan has said he is not interested in running for U.S. Senate, however he has not ruled out running for president in 2024. Hogan’s decision to leave that door open raises

Former MDOT/SHA employee says he was fired for refusing to remove his mask for an alcohol screening test

Image: MDOT/SHA (www.roads.maryland.gov/mdotsha) @BryanRenbaum A Centreville man says he was fired from a state job after working for more than two decades because he refused to take off  his mask for

Hogan: Some state employees will be required to get vaccinated

Gov. Larry Hogan speaks at a news conference on Thursday afternoon (Screenshot)  @BryanRenbaum Due to the Delta variant spreading rapidly both nationally and in certain parts of Maryland, state employees who

Leading Maryland housing advocate urges Hogan to ban evictions until at least the end of the year

@BryanRenbaum The Biden administration recently issued a new eviction moratorium for areas of the country that have been hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, but it is still necessary for Gov. Larry

‘Free State Politics’ Episode 7: 2022 gubernatorial race and Jan. 6 attack congressional hearings

@BryanRenbaum Episode 7 of the “Free State Politics” podcast presented by MarylandReporter.com is now available to download. Please subscribe here. It features award-winning journalist John Rydell and producer Douglas Christian, an independent White

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