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Anticipating the next 4 years, progressive lawmakers see the possibilities and the sobering realities

December 9, 2022
Maryland State house with city in Annapolis

The promise and potential pitfalls of the next four years in Annapolis were on dramatic display Thursday night, when six progressive members of the General Assembly spoke virtually to a left-wing advocacy group. All six lawmakers — Sens. Jill Carter (D-Baltimore City) and Paul Pinsky (D-Prince George’s) and Dels. Gabriel Acevero (D-Montgomery), Julie Palakovich Carr (D-Montgomery), Sheila Ruth (D-Baltimore County) and Vaughn Stewart (D-Montgomery) — said they were excited and intrigued by the prospect of working with a Democratic governor for the first time after eight years of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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