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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 the general fund. Comptroller Peter Franchot sided with Hogan and […]

Board of Public Works Approves $413.17 Million in Budget Cuts

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@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 the general fund. Comptroller Peter Franchot sided with Hogan and […]

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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

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

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

Former Baltimore health commissioner urges Marylanders to remain vigilant against COVID-19

@BryanRenbaum Marylanders should remain vigilant and continue to follow recommended safety guidelines as more and more of the state’s coronavirus-related restrictions are lifted, according to a former Baltimore City Health Commissioner. “Just

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

Maryland’s COVID positivity rate drops below 7%, ICU beds below 300 for the first time since April

@BryanRenbaum The number of positive coronavirus cases in Maryland has dropped to 6.55 percent and the number of patients in ICU beds has dropped to below 300. The latter marks

Maryland Restaurant Association president: Customers are ready to resume indoor dining

@BryanRenbaum Maryland’s restaurants can resume indoor dining at 50 percent capacity starting tonight at 5 p.m. and the state’s restauranteurs are ready to hit the ground running, according to the

Hogan: Restaurants Can Resume Indoor Dining Friday at 5 p.m.

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the state’s fight against the coronavirus has progressed to a point at which restaurants will be able to resume indoor dining at 50

Maryland’s business leaders respond to latest US jobs report

@BryanRenbaum The latest jobs report from the federal government says employment prospects have substantially improved over the past month and Maryland’s business leaders say they are starting to see some

Del. Chisholm: It’s time to allow all Maryland businesses to reopen

@BryanRenbaum Del. Brian Chisholm (R-Anne Arundel) said it is time to allow all businesses in the state that are still closed due to restrictions aimed at preventing the spread of

Hogan: Non-essential businesses can reopen Friday at 5 p.m.

@BryanRenbaum Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the state’s fight against the coronavirus has progressed to a point at which the order he issued on March 23 requiring the closure all non-essential

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