Maryland House Of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch (third from left) celebrates the conclusion of the legislative session with House leaders.

Maryland House Of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch (third from left) celebrates the conclusion of the legislative session with House leaders.

The Maryland General Assembly capped a whirlwind session by passing a number of bills meant to safeguard the state’s progressive values against a conservative agenda pushed forward by the Trump administration and a Republican-controlled Congress. Kojo analyzes the moves made on medical marijuana, paid leave, local ethics and more with a reporter stationed in Annapolis, Md.

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  • Pamela Wood Reporter, The Baltimore Sun; @pwoodreporter
  • Melissa Deckman Professor of Public Affairs and Political Science Department Chair, Washington College; @MelissaDeckman

5 Takeaways From Maryland’s 2017 Legislative Session

5 Takeaways From Maryland's 2017 Legislative Session - The Kojo Nnamdi Show

Maryland's lawmakers wrapped up their 2017 legislative session on Monday, passing a number of bills that suggest a strong opposition to the country's new president and a Republican-controlled Congress. Here are the five biggest takeaways from the past three months of debate. 1. It's Maryland vs.

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