May 3, 2019
Following a day filled with twists and turns, Delegate Adrienne Jones – the longtime Speaker Pro Tem - was selected by her House peers to serve as Speaker on May 1, 2019.

Jones made history as the first woman and first African American to hold the office. Jones’s election follows the tenure of the late Speaker Michael Busch— an Anne Arundel County Democrat who served as Speaker from 2003 until his passing in April 2019.

Conduit Street Podcast Corner:
On the latest episode of the Conduit Street Podcast, Michael Sanderson and Kevin Kinnally discuss the latest news and notes from Annapolis, including the historic election of Delegate Adrienne Jones as the 107th Speaker of the House, the looming uncertainty surrounding the implementation of the [Kirwan] Blueprint for Maryland’s Future, and big changes in Baltimore City leadership.
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Counties In Action
Baltimore City
Mayor Jack Young
issues a statement,
thanks the people of Baltimore
St. Mary's
Commissioners present People's Choice and Employee Service Awards
Anne Arundel
County Exec Pittman attends
100 Clubs Ceremony honoring Public Safety and EMS professionals

Corporate Partner Corner

Cigna and Express Scripts have collaborated with Amazon Alexa to launch two voice skills to make health care more engaging, personalized and convenient for customers. The Cigna and Express Scripts Alexa skills will enable eligible customers to use voice technology to manage pharmacy prescriptions, engage in health improvement programs and track wellness incentives.

“With our industry-leading voice skills, we are meeting customers where they are – in their homes, in their cars – and making it simpler to create healthier habits and daily routines,” said Stephen Cassell, senior vice president of global brand and customer communications at Cigna.

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