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Last week, the Governor vetoed the Fight for Fifteen/Minimum Wage Increase (HB 166) and the Community Control of School Calendars Act (SB 128). You can read the Governor's veto message on the minimum wage legislation here and the school start date legislation here. The General Assembly overrode both vetoes and the bills will now become law.
The Maryland General Assembly has passed the fiscal year 2020 capital budget. The capital budget represents the state's investment and construction budget and some of the highlights for District 16 include:
In a prior newsletter, I shared the letter I sent to the Department of Information Technology regarding the Department's failure to update the state's Information Security Policy since 2013. The Office of Legislative Audits recently flagged the same issue at the Department and has required action to ensure appropriate updates of the state's policy.
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