Gov. Larry Hogan called criticism of his 2016 executive order that mandated all schools start after Labor Day “fabricated nonsense” generated by “special interests,” and he promised to fight bills to reverse the order.
Supporters of a bill approved by Maryland lawmakers to identify struggling schools are speaking out against Gov. Larry Hogan’s decision to veto the measure. The Democratic-led legislature is expected to override Hogan’s veto later this week.
For children in pre-K through second grade, the only exception would be if a child deliberately brought a gun to school. In-school suspensions would still be allowed as well.
Schools across Maryland would be required to teach a class focused on preventing sexual abuse, under a bill before Maryland lawmakers.
“It is time to seriously recognize that we are at war with radical Islam,” said Del. David Vogt, a Republican who represents Carroll and Frederick counties.
A Montgomery County delegate wants to know when he goes into a restaurant whether the crab on the menu is from the Free State.
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