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Maryland Governor Larry Hogan calls for the U.S. Senate to slow down the Brett Kavanaugh nomination process “until there’s a full investigation,” but is not asking any specific agency to investigate and has said Maryland State Police “will not be getting involved in this.” Meanwhile, Montgomery County lawmakers are pushing for local law enforcement officials to investigate the sexual assault allegations. We check in on the local implications of this week’s biggest national news. Plus, we hear about Arlington County’s coordinated approach to preventing and responding to sexual violence.
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