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Maryland Republican Party Files PIA On Kamenetz's Shady Lawsuit Maneuvering

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"Baltimore County residents have a right to know how the County Executive bamboozled the County Council into getting him out of a pending lawsuit. We're going to shine a light on Kamenetz's shady dealing and ensure Baltimore County residents get some answers."

- Chairman Dirk Haire


Retiree Tax Cut Passes Maryland General Assembly

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It has been a struggle to overcome partisanship in Annapolis to pass tax relief for Maryland's retirees, but today the Maryland General Assembly finally gave some taxpayers in Maryland a big win. 

Where Do Dem Candidates Stand On The Important Comprehensive Crime Bill?

Last month, the Maryland Senate overwhelmingly passed Senator Bobby Zirkin’s much-needed Comprehensive Crime Bill 36 to 8. The bipartisan bill incorporates many of Governor Hogan’s reforms, including increased sentences for criminals who use a gun in the commission of the crime and closes a loophole that allows violent criminals to get out of prison early.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Statement on Governor Hogan's Veto of HB 1783

April 4, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Patrick O'Keefe
Email: patrick@mdgop.org

Maryland Republican Party Chairman Releases Statement on Governor Hogan's Veto of House Bill 1783

Annapolis, MD - Maryland Republican Party Chairman Dirk Haire has issued the following statement:

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