Local municipalities do their best to prevent emergency events. But when they do happen, like the recent deadly explosion at an apartment building in Silver Spring, local government has to respond quickly and effectively to address the short term and long term impact of the disaster.
Maryland lawmakers are debating everything from budget cuts to domestic violence to taxes on alcohol. We get an update on this year’s session in Annapolis.
- Andrew A. Green Opinion Editor, The Baltimore Sun
- Charles Robinson Political Correspondent, Maryland Public Television
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