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Commissioner Brodie Not Impressed With Maryland General Assembly Session Thus Far

February 15th, 2016 by WCBC Radio

The Maryland General Assembly is about a third of the way through the 2016 90 day session- and count Allegany County Commissioner Creade Brodie Jr as one who is not impressed. Of particular concern to the second term republican commissioner is the time spent by the democrat controlled house and senate has spent overriding Governor Larry Hogan’s vetoes issued last year. Two of the most egregious according to Brodie are a bill that would decriminalize possession of marijuana paraphernalia and another that would restore voting rights to convicted felons while they are on probation.  Speaking during the weekly commissioners meeting, Brodie blasted lawmakers for “playing politics” with these issues while there are far more important matters that need to be addressed…


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