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Harford legislators warn sick leave bill will return, say more mass transit is needed locally

Harford legislators warn sick leave bill will return, say more mass transit is needed locally

State Sen. Wayne Norman and his colleagues in the Harford County legislative delegation spent 90 days in Annapolis during the 2016 Maryland General Assembly session that wrapped up earlier this month, but he said the best moment was when he returned home and could sleep in his own bed.

"For 90 days we worked so hard," Norman, a Republican, said Thursday morning during the Harford Chamber of Commerce's annual Legislative Session Wrap-up Breakfast attended by 170 people. "We killed a lot of very bad legislation."

Among the legislation they killed would have required owners of businesses with at least 10 employees to allow their employees to accrue paid sick...

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