Red Maryland News Hour: March 4, 2016
It’s the Red Maryland News Hour for this week, bringing you the best in State politics this week.
On this week’s show:
- We hear from House Minority Leader Nic Kipke as the General Assembly session passes the half-way point;
- We delve into some of the legislation making way through the Assembly, including some attempts to thwart the efforts of Gov. Larry Hogan. Transportation funding may be determined by a formula. Gov. Hogan puts over 3 billion dollars into the Purple Line, and marshals his supporters to nudge legislative leaders to support his redistricting plan;
- There is a hoopla over hospital funding, and Physician-Assisted Suicide may be dead for this session;
- We hear about gun-bill day in the House & Senate, and Monday’s annual March for Life;
- There’s a proposal to help commuters who use the Key Bridge;
- Capital punishment may be coming back, at least for those who kill cops;
- Mandatory paid leave may be coming to the state;
- A campaign update from Sam Faddis;
- Maryland GOP Committeeman Louis Pope talks about Super Tuesday;
- And we hear some clips from former Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett’s speech to Anne Arundel Republicans.