Headlines from HJM: Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Judge dismisses defamation lawsuits filed by Del. Impallaria

Publisher Name : The Daily Record
A Harford County Circuit Court judge has dismissed two defamation lawsuits filed by Del. Rick Impallaria.
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Long Lines at Limited Polling Places Plus Mail-in Ballots Lead to Delays in Results

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
More than 41,000 Marylanders voted in-person during Tuesday’s primary, officials said, capping off an unusual and unprecedented election that was mostly conducted by mail.
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Legislature to Trim $4.8 Million From Its Internal Budget

Publisher Name : Maryland Matters
The presiding officers of the Maryland General Assembly told the state’s Budget secretary Tuesday that they have made cuts totaling $4.8 million from the legislature’s internal fiscal year 2020 budget, which they will return to the state treasury.
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Biden, seeking momentum, wins a barely contested Maryland Democratic presidential primary plus other states

Publisher Name : The Baltimore Sun
Joe Biden won presidential primaries in Maryland and a half-dozen other states Tuesday, hoping to gather momentum heading into the Democratic National Convention in August.
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QUESTIONS FOR AUTHORITY DURING A PANDEMIC

Publisher Name : Maryland Reporter
Close your eyes, and imagine a state of 6,000,000 people, with a booming economy and education system.
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AFRICAN-AMERICAN BUSINESS LEADERS SAY IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO CAPITAL IS CRITICAL

Publisher Name : Maryland Reporter
Immediate access to capital is critical if Maryland’s black-owned businesses are to survive in the current economic environment, according to the state’s African-American business leaders.
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