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By Governor Bob Ehrlich – 03-31-2020 Millions of America’s best and brightest students have returned home only midway through their spring semester. Their coursework will continue, of course, as online education assumes center stage for the foreseeable future. Only those of us of a certain age recall how “distance learning” was once such a curiosity.…

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Rep. Dr. Andy Harris

FROM THE OFFICE OF CONGRESSMAN ANDY HARRIS, MD -1 As a physician and Member of Congress, many of my constituents have contacted me with concerns about COVID-19, more commonly referred to as the Coronavirus.  As this virus continues to spread across the United States, I write to update you on the government wide response.   Testing…

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Councilwoman Jessica Haire

By OLIVIA SANCHEZCAPITAL GAZETTE |MAR 24, 2020 | 6:21 PM Anne Arundel County Councilwoman Jessica Haire and her husband Dirk Haire, chair of the Maryland Republican Party, said Tuesday they will buy $10,000 in meals for families in need from local restaurants. The pair settled on the donation as an alternative to in-person volunteering as statewide restrictions on in-person…

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Dirk Haire, MDGOP Chairman

By EMILY OPILO BALTIMORE SUN |MAR 24, 2020 | 3:38 PM Maryland Republican Party chairman Dirk Haire and his wife Anne Arundel County Councilwoman Jessica Haire are sponsoring $10,000 worth of free food from local restaurants and caterers to bolster those businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak, the party announced Tuesday. The free food, which is available to the public on…

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Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw

From our friends at The Daily Wire – By  James Barrett DailyWire.com Former Navy SEAL Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) is calling on Americans to hold the Democrats “accountable” for having “torpedoed” a bipartisan COVID-19 emergency bill that provides funds to small businesses to help cover payroll and rent and other coronavirus-related expenses, expands unemployment benefits,…

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From the Capital Gazette – February 29, 2020 We read a recent online opinion piece entitled “Business Leaders Want Kirwan Plan Fully Funded.” That may be true of the well-connected individuals who signed the column, but we promise you it doesn’t hold for Maryland’s job creators, its small businesses, which make up 92 percent of…

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Baltimore Jewish Times

Written by By Carolyn Conte  Recent anti-Semitic attacks have led the Jewish community to be hyperalert for hate and its sources in all forms. At a recent gathering of about 20 people organized by two Republican groups, the main speaker and attendees said they see the Democratic Party as part of the problem. On Feb. 13,…

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By Mollie Hemingway January 12, 2020 from The Federalist The nation’s top spy court appointed an Obama-era Justice Department official who has denied and downplayed FBI surveillance abuse to assess the FBI’s response to a scathing new report cataloguing problems with how the agency secured authority to spy on a Donald Trump campaign affiliate. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance…

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