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Amanda Yeager
Anne Arundel County government reporter . Talk to me: ayeager@capgaznews.com.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 18
The Anne Arundel County Council has passed a law tweaking the county's zoning regulations for medical marijuana.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 17
Tonight at 7 p.m.: Anne Arundel council to consider tweak to medical marijuana dispensary zoning restrictions.
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What was behind that Anne Arundel warning on overdoses Thursday? explores confusion over new protocol
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Amanda Yeager Apr 14
It's official: State Sen. John Astle has filed to run for mayor of Annapolis.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 11
Replying to @amandacyeager
The tax break, called a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes, is aimed at helping MD Live build a conference center big enough to host HS graduations
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Amanda Yeager Apr 11
Replying to @amandacyeager
The bill could also apply to other commercial real estate development projects that offer a "unique" public benefit.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 11
Among the legislation Hogan plans to sign: Anne Arundel's PILOT bill, allowing the county to offer a tax break to MD Live conference ctr
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Amanda Yeager Apr 11
Gov. is signing 115 bills into law this morning, the day after Sine Die.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
The governor will be back at the State House tomorrow morning at 10:30. A list of bills he plans to sign is here:
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Gov. Hogan spoke w/reporters shortly after midnight. He called session "incredibly successful." His biggest regret: no redistricting reform
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
And that's a wrap on this year's session. Happy Sine Die! (10 mins late)
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
And the clock runs out before a final vote.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Down to the wire discussion on medical marijuana reform bill, with 2 minutes left. House cmte has offered to concur with Senate amendments
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
But the House cross file of the bill, HB584, did pass both chambers -- so Right to Try is still on its way to Gov. Hogan's desk.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Replying to @amandacyeager
Apparently it got caught in back and forth between House & Senate on the medical marijuana commission.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Replying to @amandacyeager
(2/2) and replaces it with the text of the Natalie M. LaPrade Cannabis Commission Reform Act. Senate has refused to concur w/the change.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Update: both chambers have passed SB572, but in VERY different versions. As in: the House's version completely guts the bill... (1/2)
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Del. Seth Howard's HB869, which connects recovering addicts to certified sober homes, passes both chambers.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Replying to @amandacyeager
Although 5 school board members will be tied to a district, they will be elected by voters countywide, starting in 2020.
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Amanda Yeager Apr 10
Replying to @amandacyeager
Under the bill, 5 members will be elected to represent each of HoCo's councilmanic districts. The other 2 will be at-large.
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