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Monday, January 13, 2014

5 Things To Watch As The Week Gets Under Way In Annapolis

With many of the early session pleasantries behind them, Maryland lawmakers are girding for a busy second week in Annapolis on both the policy and political fronts.

The General Assembly has scheduled hearings this week on a bill related to the state’s troubled online health insurance exchange, and Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) is set to roll out a budget proposal that will be scrutinized for the remainder of the 90-day session.

Also certain to get plenty of attention this week: Campaign finance reports are due to the State Board of Elections from Maryland’s gubernatorial candidates, other statewide hopefuls and candidates for the General Assembly. 



Anonymous said...

Citizens scam week. Winners are democrats.

Anonymous said...

We need to get drunk drivers on a list just like the dangerous Sex Perverts! Call Anapolius and demand that a law be passed to protect our children against being attacked or killed by these degenerates!