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Some Harford bills move, others stall as 2016 General Assembly session winds down

Some Harford bills move, others stall as 2016 General Assembly session winds down

A heroin bill has been withdrawn; the newest movie theater being built in Harford County is slated to have beer, wine and liquor sales, provided the legislation that would allow them passes the Maryland State Senate, and a bill designed to resolve municipal election ties such as the one affecting Aberdeen's City Council has passed the House of Delegates and moved to the Senate.

Those moves, and others on bills supported by Harford County legislators, come as the scheduled April 11 adjournment of the 2016 Maryland General Assembly session in Annapolis looms.

The heroin bill, House Bill 15, was sponsored by Harford County Republican Dels. Kathy Szeliga and Andrew Cassilly to...

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