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Our Say: With the end of COVID state of emergency in Anne Arundel, it’s time to review the law that authorized it

June 10, 2021

The COVID-19 state of emergency in Anne Arundel County ended today. More than a year after the County Council passed legislation handing enormous, extra powers to County Executive Steuart Pittman this ending seems almost anticlimactic. Before the county moves on, however, there is good reason to wonder whether the process that granted these powers should be changed.

Article Source: Capital Gazette

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