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Maryland NG911 Commission Set to Reconvene

May 3, 2021 By: Kevin Kinnally Read the full article here. For a fourth and final year, the Commission to Advance Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911) Across Maryland this week will reconvene (virtually) to continue its work in guiding Maryland’s ambitious[...]

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Sweeping Climate Bill Passes Senate Committee After Four Voting Sessions

February 23, 2021 By: Elizabeth Shwe Read the full article here. The Senate Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee has advanced an omnibus climate action bill that would put Maryland on track towards achieving statewide net-zero emissions by 2045. The[...]

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AAA: SPARE ME! AAA URGES MOTORISTS NOT TO GET CAUGHT WITHOUT A SPARE TIRE THIS WINTER

February 10, 2021 By: Ragina Ali Read the full press release here.  Winter weather undoubtedly leads to treacherous driving conditions including potholes, and ultimately, flat tires. This winter, after almost a year of limited driving due to COVID-19, some motorists[...]

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Noteworthy Nonprofit Legislation – Created by National Council of Nonprofits

[pdf-embedder url=”https://cherylkagan.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Noteworthy-Nonprofit-Legislation-November-17-2020-National-Nonprofit-Caucus-Meeting.pdf” title=”Noteworthy Nonprofit Legislation November 17 2020 National Nonprofit Caucus Meeting”]   Covid Response Legislation Massachusetts Business Interruption Insurance (2020) Did not pass under Joint Rule 10.     New Jersey Penalty Waivers (2020) S (Y:39; N:1) [PASS] A (Y:[...]

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Preakness won’t play Maryland’s state song, which celebrates Confederacy — September 12, 2020

Preakness won’t play Maryland’s state song, which celebrates Confederacy September 12, 2020 By: Chris Cwik Read the full article here.  The Preakness is finding a new tradition. For the first time since 1909, the song “Maryland, My Maryland” will not[...]

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COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS WORKS ON NOVEMBER VOTING PLANS — July 20, 2020

COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS WORKS ON NOVEMBER VOTING PLANS July 20, 2020 By: Suzanne Pollack Read the full article here.  At its July 20 meeting, members of the Montgomery County Board of Elections discussed how best to hold the November[...]

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9-1-1, Nonprofits, and November Election Problems! – July 9, 2020

July 9, 2020 Dear Friend:   Despite the beautiful weather and slow return to a new normal, please remember that the threat of the Coronavirus is still present. It is important to continue covering your face in public and practice[...]

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