Headlines from HJM: Friday, May 15, 2020

Del. Stephanie Smith: Hogan Makes It Clear We Were Never ‘All in This Together’

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Last week, Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed hundreds of bills passed by the Maryland General Assembly. With the stroke of his pen, thousands of hours of legislative work and common-sense governing to support the lives of Marylanders were erased.
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One by One, County Leaders Put Brakes on Hogan’s Reopening

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
Three weeks ago, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) said a regional reopening of the state’s economy risked a spike in Maryland’s COVID-19 caseload.
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New date for Preakness Stakes to be announced during TV special

Publisher Name : Baltimore Fishbowl
Gov. Larry Hogan and Belinda Stronach, the chairman and president of the Stronach Group, which owns the Maryland Jockey Club, will announce the new date of the 145th Preakness Stakes during a TV special on May 16, the original date for the race.
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Sheila Dixon knows the pandemic could hurt her run for Baltimore mayor. Can she still win?

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Third in a series of articles about candidates for mayor.
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Mayor’s Race Heats Up in Final Stretch

Publisher Name : AFRO
During a mayoral debate broadcast live on Facebook, May 11, six mayoral candidates, former Mayor Sheila Dixon, former Baltimore Police spokesman T.J. Smith, former Obama administration official Mary Miller, Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young, former State Prosecutor Thiru Vignarajah and Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott, grappled over some issues that have bedeviled the city for decades.
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Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announces limited reopening of economy

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced Thursday evening his framework for reopening the county’s economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, classifying which businesses could reopen based on the governor’s executive order.
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Baltimore City, Tradepoint Atlantic strike a deal — on sewage

Publisher Name : Baltimore Business Journal
For seven decades, Bethlehem Steel made good use of Baltimore City’s sewage — the treated kind, that is. Under a longstanding agreement, the city funneled millions of gallons of wastewater through five miles of pipes daily from the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant to Sparrows Point, sending it to the late industrial giant's steel mill.
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Think Hogan is doing a good job? Here’s why he’s not | COMMENTARY

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Think Hogan is doing a great job? Here's why he's not.
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