February 22, 2019
Session in High Gear
Bill hearings going into the night, committee rooms packed with citizens and stakeholders, and hastily-assembled work sessions covering the calendar. The Senate just breezed past 1,000 bills introduced, the House is nearing 1,400. Committees are already looking ahead toward the “crossover” date approaching, so expect the spotlight to start shifting to the floor in each chamber in the weeks ahead.


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 some very interesting and thoughtful remarks from Senate President Mike Miller regarding Maryland's Historically Black Colleges and Universities, the latest on the future of Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore City, the status of a plan to build a new football stadium in Prince George's County, new developments on the push to legalize adult-use cannabis, and intriguing numbers from the latest Goucher Poll.
Listen to any MACo Podcast Episode: www.mdcounties.org/Podcast

Counties in Action
Carroll
Carroll County celebrates promotions in Emergency Management: Valerie Hawkins and Matthew Rodriguez
Montgomery
Montgomery County Chief Admin Officer, Assistant Chief Admin Officer, and County Exec discuss the county budget
Prince George's
Prince George's County Exec Angela Alsobrooks visits Office of Homeland Security/Office of Emergency Management

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