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Will vaccine mandates become prevalent in the business community?

Photo by Daniel Schludi on Unsplash @BryanRenbaum With the Delta variant rapidly spreading, particularly among unvaccinated Americans, the question of vaccine mandates looms on the horizon. After all, White House Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci recently expressed his support for local governments to increase such mandates […]

Will vaccine mandates become prevalent in the business community?

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Photo by Daniel Schludi on Unsplash @BryanRenbaum With the Delta variant rapidly spreading, particularly among unvaccinated Americans, the question of vaccine mandates looms on the horizon. After all, White House Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci recently expressed his support for local governments to increase such mandates […]

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Vaccine Milestone: Governor Hogan Announces Maryland Surpasses 7 Million Total Vaccinations

(Governor Larry Hogan press office photo) ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today announced that the State of Maryland has surpassed 7 million COVID-19 vaccines administered, as the state’s vaccination rates continue

Hogan’s administration unlikely to appeal unemployment ruling

Photo Credit: A help wanted sign posted at a restaurant in Frederick (Bryan Renbaum/MarylandReporter.com) @BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan’s chief spokesperson said Tuesday that the administration is unlikely to appeal a ruling

Once Again Abnormalcy

Top illustration by Jeff Worman Everything looks the same, but

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 23

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Chapter 23: The Road Ahead Thursday: January 14, 2021 When I think of the average life expectancy of someone and how we have put so much

Sen. Smith says Maryland’s halt on evictions should extend beyond Aug. 15

Image by Tumisu from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee Chair Will Smith Thursday called for an extension of the state’s eviction pause deadline for residents and tenants that are unable to pay rent

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 22

Chapter 22: Lighthouses Thursday: January 7, 2021 Indeed, life is filled with the unexpected twists and turns that take us in directions we may never have planned on or saw

‘Free State Politics’ Episode 4: COVID-19 and Maryland’s schools

@BryanRenbaum Episode 4 of the “Free State Politics” podcast presented by MarylandReporter.com is now available to download. It features award-winning journalist John Rydell and producer Douglas Christian, an independent White House multimedia

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 21

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Chapter 21: What Lies Ahead Friday: January 1, 2021 I have never been one to make resolutions for the new year. It never made sense

Chronic: Pain We Don’t See, Chapter 20

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Chapter 20: Sisyphus Monday: December 28, 2020 I have a tattoo on each of my shoulders. On my left is one with the Japanese symbols

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