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Pugh hands Trump letter noting city's 'needs'

Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh says she has given President-elect Donald Trump a letter describing the city's need for federal money. Pugh, a Democrat, and Trump, a Republican, met Saturday afternoon at the Army-Navy football game at M&T Bank Stadium. "With @realDonaldTrump in Baltimore I delivered...

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  • Kamenetz to lead Maryland counties' association

    Kamenetz to lead Maryland counties' association

    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz was elected president of the Maryland Association of Counties on Thursday. Kamenetz, a Democrat, was elected during the association's winter conference in Cambridge. The Maryland Association of Counties president typically serves as a spokesperson for issues...

  • Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan: Mike Pence 'one of my closest friends' among governors

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan: Mike Pence 'one of my closest friends' among governors

    Gov. Larry Hogan said Wednesday he has a close relationship with Vice President-Elect Mike Pence and already spent nearly two hours discussing his hopes and concerns about the new administration. The conversation took place at the Republican Governors Association meeting in Florida, Hogan said....

  • Maryland State Police to move gun licensing process online

    Maryland State Police to move gun licensing process online

    Maryland State Police will conduct background checks for those purchasing guns online instead of with paper forms filled out by hand starting Jan. 1, the agency announced Wednesday. Under the current system, those who sought to buy a gun from a dealer would complete a form by hand, then send it...

  • State officials delay vote on Baltimore County equestrian center

    State officials delay vote on Baltimore County equestrian center

    Sending a message to Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, the Maryland Board of Public Works deferred action Wednesday on a proposed $2.3 million state contribution to a new horse riding center in Cockeysville. Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot voted to delay acting on the county's...

  • Hogan backs mandatory paid sick leave at large companies

    Hogan backs mandatory paid sick leave at large companies

    Republican Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday he will lobby the General Assembly to mandate paid sick leave at large companies, offering a proposal that puts his stamp on an issue long championed by Democrats. Hogan said companies with at least 50 employees would be required to offer full-time...

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