In a busy week, Maryland's General Assembly took on everything from guns to a significant change in the state university system. WYPR's Rachel Baye joins news director Joel McCord to wrap up this week in Annapolis.
Friday marked the halfway point in the 2016 Maryland General Assembly session; ending a week when legislators took up some particularly contentious issues; from police reform to physician-assisted suicide.
WYPR's Rachel Baye joins News Director Joel McCord to wrap up the week in Annapolis.
Gov. Larry Hogan accused the Democratic leaders of the General Assembly of being reckless with state tax dollars at a press conference Tuesday afternoon. But the call for budget reform quickly turned into political mud-slinging.
State lawmakers put aside their partisan battles to apparently reach accord over criminal justice reform last week. But they went right back at it over a transportation bill. WYPR’s Rachel Baye joins news director Joel McCord to wrap up the week in Annapolis.