Red Maryland News Hour: September 23, 2016
It’s the Red Maryland News Hour for this week, bringing you the best in State politics
- We hear some of the discussion over state contracts at the Board of Public Works, with Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford, Treasurer Nancy Kopp, and Comptroller Peter Franchot;
- We hear news about term limits, marijuana, and calls for a sheriff to resign;
- We talk with Comptroller Franchot about him teaming up with the NAACP to get AC in classrooms. We also get his thoughts on Attorney General Brian Frosh being lobbied to give an opinion on the “School After Labor Day” executive order by Governor Larry Hogan;
- Plus, we talk about some of the successes already coming out of the trip the Governor is making to Israel.
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This Red Maryland Network Program is also brought to you the District 32 Republican Club, who invites you to their annual Dinner on Tuesday, October 4th. This year’s dinner features keynote speaker, Delegate Kathy Szeliga, Republican nominee for U.S. Senate. The dinner will be at La Fontaine Bleue, 7514 Ritchie Hwy, Glen Burnie. Tickets are $40 in advance before September 27th and $50 at the door, and sponsorship opportunities are available. To purchase tickers or for more information visit md32gop-dinner.eventbrite.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Authority: District 32 Republican Club, Laura Graham- Treasurer