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Bags, Budgets And Other Bill

Bill 19-23 is a hybrid model, banning most plastic bags, and requiring a 10-cent fee for each paper bag be charged to the consumer. more

Impressive SPHS Students

For this month’s column, I’d like to highlight a couple recent events to showcase some of the incredible students in our community. more

Letter To The Editor: Anne Arundel County Allows Construction In An Asbestos Contaminated Dumpsite

Fernando Berra III shares details about a development known as River Glen in Pasadena. more

The Collaborative Care Model

In this first column of our 2023 session, I’m going to talk about the Collaborative Care Model and our efforts to expand our pilot to a statewide effort. more

Working To Improve Health Care Access And Alleviate High Prescription Drug Costs

More than 1,200 bills were introduced in this session of the General Assembly, covering a host of issues. more

Making Homeownership Possible For Everyone

We as lawmakers should be promoting homeownership considering it is one of the most effective ways to build wealth presently and historically. more

Keeping Stolen Guns Off Of Our Streets

Last month, the issue of violent crime came close to home when my husband was held at gunpoint. more

Larry Hogan Decides Not To Enter 2024 Presidential Race

Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan will not run for president in 2024, he announced earlier this month. more

Pittman, AAEDC Announce New Revitalization Tandem Grant Initiative

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman and AAEDC interim CEO Jill Seamon have announced a new initiative to complement the ACR loan program. more

Moore Shares State Of The State Speech

Governor Wes Moore delivered his first State of the State address on February 1. more

Asking Volunteers To #BePresent

Anne Arundel County Public Schools Superintendent Mark Bedell announced the #BePresent initiative on January 30 in Annapolis. more

Your Voice Matters: The County Budget And Rezoning

The county executive has kicked off the budget process for fiscal year 2024, announcing dates for district town halls. more
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